We live in a world of growing singleness. While lots of attention is being paid to senior singles, less has been given to younger women and men who find themselves suddenly single—through separation or divorce or through the death of a partner—or to those who come to the realization that perhaps partnership isn’t in the cards and they need to start planning for themselves. Single women make up more than half the population of Canadian women. And they’re facing financial and life challenges for which they’re unprepared.
Both Victoria and Gail know that single doesn’t have to suck. But a newly minted CEO of Everything will face some challenges, so Gail and Victoria are here with a heads up!
CEO of Everything maps out the territory that singles find themselves in and guides readers through topics that form the new land of singleness. Jobs once shared by two now fall on the shoulders of one. And as if life isn’t busy enough, the state of singleness means you get to do it all, all day and every day.
What is normal when you are suddenly planning for life for one? What do you need to look out for, be responsible for and be prepared for?
This book will help readers decide what’s urgent, what’s important and what they can afford to just let go unattended. (Baby, you may be strong, but nobody can do it ALL.)