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Overcoming trivial grievances as a 30-something year old

Spencer Howson

There’s a lot of attention put on learning to like and forgive ourselves more. But that isn’t so easy. Brisbane author Bridie Jabour believes it’s all about learning to stop worrying what other people think of us and learning to do nothing in our downtime. How we get to that mindset is the focus of her new book Trivial Grievances: On the contradictions, myths and misery of your 30s. It’s a series of essays from the perspective of someone who’s recently turned 31. And it’s great read for anyone wanting to understand that generation.

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Spencer Howson
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