It Happened in Florence
"I live here! This is my life!"
Nita Tucker's four years in Florence are a lesson about how staying true to your dreams is really the only option. As editor-in-chief of The Florentine, Nita's days in Florence were packed with interviewing politicians, princesses, designers, and celebrities, as well as accepting once in a lifetime invitations to events such as a wild boar hunt on the Ferragamo country estate and a private viewing of the Sistine Chapel.
In between, Nita laughed and cried with her girlfriends over family, fashion, cultural differences and making a difference in their beloved Florence. With the many highs came a few inevitable lows, including Nita's realization that it was her dream to live in Europe and not her husband's or daughter's.
It Happened in Florence is a story about living a life with no regrets, celebrating the discovery that those who love you most will love you all the more for living a life without compromise.
There is the romantic idea of living in Italy, and then there is the daily reality. The two are not to be confused.
A temporary home in Italy has become the romantic dream for many. Florence is a wonderful destination for such a venture. Rich in history, culture, food and wine, this small gem of a city is one of the most visited places in the world. For the long term 'traveler' its accessible size and history of hosting foreigners make it an ideal venue for a year or more abroad.
However fascinating the experience of exploring its culture and traditions prove to be, the daily practicalities of living in Florence present many challenges for the English-speaking foreigner. Essential Florence is a manual filled with practical and pragmatic information on how to arrive, survive and thrive in Florence. Intended for the Anglophone foreigner who plans to stay for more than a couple of weeks this book directs the reader to appropriate resources and services and helps them avoid common and frustrating cultural pitfalls. Although this manual is about living in or near Florence many of the topics discussed are applicable to any Italian destination.
How Not to Stay Single After 40
How Not to Stay Single After 40 is a step-by-step program full of helpful hints, explicit goal-setting instructions, eye-opening anecdotes, and motivational thoughts specifically geared toward women over forty who want to find lasting love. As relationship expert Nita Tucker explains, "Women over forty think that dating is a very different experience -- well, it is! What most women don't realize is that having a relationship at this point in their lives can be richer, happier, and more fulfilling".
This results-oriented book teaches you that wanting a relationship is nothing to be ashamed of, that staying in a dead-end relationship will keep you from finding a thriving one, that there are simple and effective ways to increase the odds of meeting the right kind of people, and that you're a good catch and shouldn't hide it.
How Not to Stay Single After 40 presents a unique plan of action for finding that elusive, emotionally fulfilling relationship. It shows you how to stop waiting and how to start making the connection happen. Unlike other relationship books, this one is about changing what you're doing not about changing you.
How Not to Screw it Up
"The Rules" for any committed relationship, How to Not Screw It Up offers 10 essential steps in achieving an extraordinary, healthy, fulfilling partnership that will last a lifetime.
How to Not Screw It Up is for all those people who have vowed "I do" and are now wondering exactly how to do it. One of the central problems for couples is that they've been conditioned to think that there is nothing to do after the "I do". Relationship expert Nita Tucker sets us straight, espousing a proactive approach to any relationship and showing us how to do it right. Good, sound, practical advice on keeping a relationship solid and happy is as rare as it is valuable, and that's exactly what How Not to Screw It Up delivers.
Following the Format of her highly successful first book, How Not to Stay Single, Tucker has created 10 steps for couples to follow in order to keep their partnership (and love) alive. For example, "Learn to Fight Fair", "What What You Say", "When It Comes to Sex, Give -- Don't Trade", and "Agree to Disagree About Money". How Not to Screw It Up is for people who want their relationships to be the best they can be -- passionate, romantic, honest, and fun!
How Not to Stay Single
How Not to Stay Single is a step-by-step program full of helpful hints, explicit goal-setting instructions, eye-opening anecdotes, and motivational thoughts. Each chapter includes an action plan -- actual assignments for the reader to complete as part of the process of gaining confidence, improving self-esteem, and increasing dating opportunities. Readers are asked to apply the same principles to finding a mate that have gotten them ahead in business: planning, perseverance, effort, and time.
This results-oriented book teaches you that wanting a relationship is nothing to be ashamed of, that staying in a dead-end relationship will keep you from finding a thriving one, that there are simple and effective ways to increase the odds of meeting the right kind of people, and that you're a good catch and you shouldn't hide it.
How Not to Stay Single presents a unique plan of action for finding that elusive, emotionally fulfilling attachment. It shows you how to stop waiting for a relationship, and how to start making it happen. Unlike other relationship books, this book is about changing what you're doing, not about changing you.
Beyond Cinderella: How to Find the Man You Want and Build a Lasting Relationship
In one of her first books, relationship expert Nita Tucker gives women the advice, strategies and techniques they need to win the men of their dreams.
This book is aimed at contemporary women who are successful and happy with themselves but still seeking their lifelong mates.