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So, You're Thirty!
By Maggie John

Series Description:

When did I become an adult...and what do I do now?

A weekly tongue-in-cheek "How-To" column about surviving your 30s.

The "How-Tos" (or how-to-NOTs) encompass the daily and general life-perplexity of a 30-something single professional, attempting to work, date and recreate in the city.

 

Category: Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Maggie John:

Maggie is an introverted 30-something hopeful cynic who reads avidly, runs casually, and observes the world around her with a general sense of bewilderment.  She's an Appalachian Trail thru-hiker, a feminist and an animal lover who needs coffee in the morning (and throughout the day!) to function properly.

She is a blogger (Reading and Musing) and a coordinator in Higher Education.  She writes the weekly column, "So, You're 30!" featured here on Channillo, which revolves around the daily life and general perplexity of a 30-something professional living, working, and recreating in a city.







Series Description:

When did I become an adult...and what do I do now?

A weekly tongue-in-cheek "How-To" column about surviving your 30s.

The "How-Tos" (or how-to-NOTs) encompass the daily and general life-perplexity of a 30-something single professional, attempting to work, date and recreate in the city.

 

Category: Columns
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Maggie John:

Maggie is an introverted 30-something hopeful cynic who reads avidly, runs casually, and observes the world around her with a general sense of bewilderment.  She's an Appalachian Trail thru-hiker, a feminist and an animal lover who needs coffee in the morning (and throughout the day!) to function properly.

She is a blogger (Reading and Musing) and a coordinator in Higher Education.  She writes the weekly column, "So, You're 30!" featured here on Channillo, which revolves around the daily life and general perplexity of a 30-something professional living, working, and recreating in a city.