Are you slogging your guts out at a job you don't particularly like to buy things you don't particularly need? Would you like to spend more time with your family and less time at work? Do you ever wonder what it'd be like to really love what you do?Ten years on from Fat, Forty and Fired, Nigel Marsh steps off the hamster wheel (again) to grapple with these and other less weighty questions, like: Where the hell has my wife left the cordless phone? and How do I dress my daughter as a bridge for school in ten minutes?Written with Nigel's customary humour and honesty, Fit, Fifty and Fired Up is a must-read for anyone who's ever dreamt of taking a risk to live a life they feel passionate about...
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 281 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm
So brilliant and funny that I neglected my wife and kids for a day so I could read it. -- on Fat, Forty and Fired * The Sun-Herald *
A thoughtful book that considers modern lifestyle options with measured sensitivity. -- on Fat, Forty and Fired * Sydney Morning Herald *
Highly entertaining - offers a frank insight into marriage, family and the gender divide. -- on Fat, Forty and Fired * Sunday Telegraph *