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く Format Kindle Read ☑ No One Tells You This: A Memoir  ⏐ Kindle Ebook By Glynnis MacNicol ␛ く Format Kindle Read ☑ No One Tells You This: A Memoir ⏐ Kindle Ebook By Glynnis MacNicol ␛ No One Tells You This 1 The Forecast Eight hours before my fortieth birthday, I sat alone at my desk on the seventeenth floor of an office building in downtown Manhattan, unable to shake the conviction that midnight was hanging over me like a guillotine I was certain that come the stroke of twelve my life would be cleaved in two, a before and an after all that was good and interesting about me, that made me a person worthy of attention, considered by the world to be full of potential, would be stripped away, and whatever remained would be thrust, unrecognizable, into the void that awaited It was ridiculous Deep down, I knew it was ridiculous However, knowing this did not keep me from anxiously glancing at the clock out in the hallway as if the hands on it were actual blades I thought of my mother, of course Whether or not we actually resemble the image we see, our mothers are our first, and most lasting, reflection of ourselves a mirror we gaze into from birth until death I was eight when my mother turned forty, and while I could no longer recall the exact details of that day, I did have a vague memory of it being surrounded by the sort of manic hysteria I associated with the Cathy cartoons that were sometimes clipped and taped to our fridge My mother loved the comics she found joy in their simple, two dimensional humor For most of her life she would try to hand the comic strip section of the newspaper to me over the breakfast table or read them aloud, so I could enjoy them too I never did I was baffled that anyone found them interesting they were so bloodless At age eight, the appeal of the Cathy cartoon, about a single woman with heavy thighs, who dimly battled with her weight, her dating life, and her job, all with pathetic aplomb, was especially confusing My interest in those days was almost exclusively directed at Princess Leia and Laura Ingalls This sad Cathy creature, so often pictured feverishly trying to shove herself into bathing suits in department store changing rooms, struck me as the exact version of life I would happily expend all my future energy avoiding Which is largely what I did My strongest impression of my mothers birthday, however, was that it was an ending I sensed an abandon all hope, ye who enter here message woven into the colorful birthday cards that arrived in the mail for her As if simply by turning forty, my mother had somehow failed at something And now here I was so many years later, about to turn forty myself, gripped by those identical fears despite all my determination to be otherwise Eight year old me would have been revolted My desk faced north Through the wall of windows that made up half of the corner office I was in, I had a panoramic view of the island Below me Manhattan stretched out like a toy city, all sharp angles, silver rectangles, and the unbroken lines of the avenues running north Even from this height the city exuded purpose, like an engine exhaust Right then it was shimmering in the late afternoon, early September sun The light cast a golden hue on everything It was the sort of light that caused even the most hell bent New Yorker to look up with renewed awe I pulled out my phone, automatically angled my head in a well practiced tilt, and took a selfie I contemplated the result with some satisfaction, but I didnt need the picture evidence I was aware that to the outside world I could not have appeared less like a woman who should be worried about her age, less like someone who was now spending the last hours before her birthday seized by the belief she was being marched to her demise In all likelihood, even my friends would have been surprised to hear it I was not known as a person who tended to cower I was a person who kept going, who took care of things, who always had the answer, who rarely asked for help I had been on my own since I was eighteen years old I had taken myself from waitress to well paid writer to business owner and now back to writer without stopping to consider whether any of these things were plausible to anyone but me I knew what I wanted, and what I liked, which was probably why most of my friends had taken me at my word when I said I didnt want a birthday party they were accustomed to me knowing my own mind I wasnt so sure any, however Currently my mind felt split, as though there were two voices in my head debating the importance of my birthday, and like the pendulum on a grandfather clock I was swinging from one to the other The rational voice kept pointing out that it was not only shameful, but also a waste of time, to cower before age Wouldnt my energies be better spent contemplating how lucky I was Lucky was too weak a word Did I really need reminding that by nearly every metric available, there had never been a better time in history to be a woman Sometimes this voice merely noted how universally horrific it had been to be a woman up until very recently After all, I hadnt been raised by a mother who responded to fifth grade homework questions, like How many wives did Henry VIII have with a detailed explanation of the War of the Roses, only to arrive at this point in my life without a deeply ingrained sense of the larger picture Who cares, said the other voice Sure, fine, technically it might be true I was lucky But this so called luck was no interesting to me than the meals Id been commanded to finish as a child because there are starving children in the world knowing I was fortunate did not make the plate before me any palatable The only truth this increasingly feverish voice recognized was the sort that had been gleaned from stacks of literature, countless movies, and decades of magazine purchases Id made it was a truth universally acknowledged that by age forty I was supposed to have a certain kind of life, one that, whatever else it might involve, included a partner and babies Having acquired neither of these, it was nearly impossible, no matter how smart, educated, or lucky I was, not to conclude that I had officially become the wrong answer to the question of what made a womans life worth living If this story wasnt going to end with a marriage or a child, what then Could it even be called a story I very much wanted to muster a good fuck you to these voices I reminded myself what the manager of the Greenwich Village tavern where I worked in my twenties as a waitress had once said to me after listening to me lament my upcoming twenty fifth birthday, no less Youll never be younger than you are today But instead I laid my head on my desk and closed my eyes Bring on the blade, I thought I was so tired of my own mind it would be a relief My phone vibrated beside me and my heart leapt from long habit, like a dog that believes every noise of a package being opened holds the promise of food But it was just my friend and now business partner, Rachel Since leaving the office for a meeting a few hours ago, she had texted me some variation of PARTY every fifteen minutes or so Theres still time Party Party Party YES PARTY Rachel had been offering to throw me a party all week Her fortieth birthday party, two years prior, had taken place in a vast loft with a liquor sponsor I had no doubt that if Id wanted the same she would have managed to provide it, probably in the next two hours if I really made a fuss Shed already put together a gift bag for me from twenty friends No Party, I wrote back She wasnt the only one People had asked and offered There were a half dozen friends I could text right now, who would meet me at any place I chose Whatever else it was, my birthday was not the story of a lonely woman But I did not want a party I couldnt shake the feeling that the years ahead, if they were to be lived in a way that didnt leave me feeling like I was standing in a corner watching the action but never living it, would require me to transform into a person I could not yet recognize and was not totally convinced even existed A party felt like a delay tactic A distraction A weakness If it was true that I was likely going to be alone for the rest of my life, lets see how alone I could be This little spark of defiance had brought me comfort in recent days, but now I could barely strike it before it faded away Not even the view could save me this time, it seemed Right now, all it revealed was who I had been I needed only to glance out the window to see my own history laid out before me Live in the same place long enough and it eventually becomes a map to all your past lives a different you waiting around every corner And there had been plenty of versions of New York City me From this vantage, I could practically trace my path beginning with my first heady year here, when Id stumble out of after hours clubs at 9 00 a.m and be forced to walk home in the too bright sun, having spent all the money Id made the night before The diner, somehow still in business, where Maddy and I would scrounge together our change and split 1.50 egg sandwiches The shadowy ridge of midtown buildings, where Id had my first office job in publishing, at age thirty one, after deciding it was time to get my professional act together The subway stop that I had walked through every day for six months, hoping to accidentally bump into the man whod told me the timing just wasnt right And down there, too, was the office in SoHo where, after leaving publishing, Id begun my mad charge up the media career ladder until it all came crashing down a few years later, shortly before I turned thirty seven Sitting here now thinking of those years, it occurred to me this birthday panic might not actually be such a recent development If I was honest with myself it was probably truer to say Id been turning forty for the past three years If someone had drawn a cartoon of me at age thirty seven there would have been two equally sized thought bubbles over my head Instead of words the first bubble would have contained an equation representing the sad reality that nearly everything in my life had become a shifting math problem with an immutable result a baby The calculation went something like this I had x amount of activities in a week If I met someone at one of them, how long would we have to get to know each othera year seemed reasonablebefore wed need to be married so that it would leave enough timesix months perhaps to get pregnant before the cutoff the cutoff being forty, the year in which a baby ceases to be a mathematical certainty and becomes a lucky roll of the dice Babies are never mathematical certainties, obviously, but that is one of those truths that is never true for you until it is true for you As thirty seven became thirty eight became thirty nine the calculations became even pressing and less feasible Married next week, and pregnant the next morning Time ticked on Eventually there was no way to make the numbers add up I couldnt outrun my own clock The second bubble would simply have been a picture of me getting on a plane on short notice and leaving By the time I turned thirty seven, I was almost as consumed with the idea of getting away as I was with the conviction I was running out of time Not traveling per se, just leaving I was a media reporter in New York then, and I started my long work days from home To the outside observer my job was glamorous television appearances and glitzy parties The reality was that it required me to chase website traffic like a shady lawyer going after an ambulanceclicks, no matter how ill gotten, were the coin of the realm Increasingly, early mornings had found me sitting at my desk in my tiny, sun filled studio apartment Its exactly the sort of apartment you dream of living in when you dream of living in New York, my friend John said when he first saw it where I paid twice as much rent as Id ever paid in my life, listening to the garbage truck heave its way down the leafy streets of Brooklyn Heights, and wishing with every molecule of my being that I was the trash collector hanging off the back of it All I could think as I gazed at it was There is no internet on that garbage truck Hunched over my desk, my BlackBerry buzzing like a trapped fly against a window, chat windows exploding on my screen with the urgency of dispatches being sent from a war zone, I spent months nearly paralyzed by my desire to be anywhere else That these two visions of my life were in direct contradiction with each other never once occurred to me Not even a little bit Neither did the fact that I wasnt actually doing anything to make either outcome a reality If anything, I was doing the opposite When I wasnt dating wildly inappropriate men, with whom there was little to no chance of building anything resembling a stable long term relationship, I was working eighteen hour days, nearly every day Had I ever stopped long enough to consider things, I might have recognized the truth, which was that Id never bothered to seriously question whether I actually wanted to be married with kids, or even just with kids Id at least Googled airplane ticket prices I had simply taken it as a given, like financial security and regular exercise, obvious outcomes sane people generally aimed their lives toward This lack of self awareness was especially galling considering the singular focus with which Id pursued other goals in my life On paper at least, I was, by the time I turned thirty seven, precisely where I had always wanted to be I was a New Yorker I was a full time writer Not just that I was a full time writer making a six figure salary, plus excellent benefits, regularly appearing on TV to talk about subjects Id written on It was a position I had achieved less than five years after waiting my last table It hadnt come easily I had worked for it, relentlessly For most of my thirties, Id been on fire with determination Id been a pyre of ambition, fueled by what I considered all the lost time of my twenties Which worked out admirably well, until I also went up in smoke Or so it felt like to me Life on the internet, the very thing that had allowed me to skip over the years of drudgery I knew had been required of nearly every established writer Id admired, eventually caught up to me There are no speed bumps in the digital world No clocking out No off switch It was as though my career was a car racing across an endless plain, on a road with no speed limits, pedal to the floor the only thing that was going to stop me was me And that was exactly what happened Five years into my career, at the top of my game, I didnt so much stop as buckle under my own momentum The fiery ambition that had once driven me to work eighteen hours a day, seven days a week, for years, consumed me until I burned up Burned out Burned out Another weak phraseas if borrowed from a subway advertisement for bubble bath or resort vacationsto describe something that felt so shattering It had started slowly and the early warning signs were easy to ignore When I started thinking of writing as punishment instead of fortune, for instance, people said it was just the subject matter, I should switch beats When I started approaching my workday with dread instead of eagerness, people told me I just needed a vacation But it turned out this was like telling someone whose house has been destroyed in a natural disaster that they simply needed a fresh coat of paint The hours Id been clocking for years on end had pushed me past the point of quick fixespast the point of caring about finding a fix, it turned out I simply went through my day on autopilot, resentful but too worn out to make any changes Then, three months after my thirty seventh birthday, I was called into a meeting with the companys manager, where it was gently but firmly suggested I figure out how to get a better attitude, or else the or else was not said out loud, but the implication was impossible to miss Without thinking, I opened my mouth to promise I would try harder in this instance, rational me was thinking about salary and health benefits and the fact Id just been quoted in a full page ad in the New York Times , but instead what came out was Im done I was given the weekend to think it over, but I didnt need to some fundamental part of me had taken the wheel and was pulling me off the road Instead, I cleared my desk out and walked home over the Brooklyn Bridge feeling giddy with my new freedom This sensation lasted for a few weeks, buoyed along by plenty of good for yous and I wish I could do that Ive noticed its almost always people who are living the exact opposite lives than you, and facing none of the risks, who are most encouraging Eventually the rush wore off and reality began to set in, and yet I found myself unable to stop doing nothing Panic, my reliable companion, the thing that had kicked me into gear at other times in my life when Id veered too close to the cliffs edge, was nowhere to be found I knew I should be panicked, but try as I might I couldnt muster it I felt like Id had a lobotomy Later a therapist would tell me this was not my imagination, that true burnout left one numb, operating in survival mode, though the latter phrase again struck me as absurd, considering actual survival had seemingly ceased to be a concern to me during this time During those months of doing nothing, I watched the numbers in my savings account disappear, as though observing a weather report from a far off land When I thought about it at all, I sometimes considered how differently Id be behaving if, for instance, I had a child to support Presumably the necessity of a paycheck to keep someone else alive might have eclipsed the manner in which I earned it Other days I wondered what it would be like not to be in this alone, to know there was someone else to pick up the financial slack I sometimes regarded my married friends who had health benefits thanks to their husbands jobs with the same envious and irrational gaze Id formerly laid on the garbage truck drivers Perhaps this imagined partner might say something like Youve worked hard enough, honey, Ill cover the rent this month, or Take the time you need, your happiness is important, Ive got this But I was alonemy parents had never been a source of financial support, and thirty seven year old employable women did not go to friends, who themselves now had families to think about, and ask for loans Instead I did nothing In fact, my only source of enjoyment during those bleak months was telling people I did nothing Nothing stops New York cocktail party conversation quite as abruptly as the phrase I do nothing I felt like I was playing chicken with myself I could see the cliffs edgewould I drive myself off How close could I get Did it matter I was the only person relying on me, and I did not seem to care what happened It took a gutted bank account something Id never allowed to happen before and, until my cable and internet were cut off for nonpayment, many afternoons of watching Golden Girls reruns the envy I felt toward fictional retired women living in Florida before the internet was unlike any Id experiencedI wanted to crawl into my TV screen Poltergeist style before I really hit rock bottom and began piecing my professional life back together It had taken two years, but I was now approaching solid ground I returned my gaze to the city skyline It was precisely the sort of view that belonged to a master of the universe character in a Tom Wolfe novel Which was fitting, I supposedI was now, if nothing else, master of my own universe, self made, my own boss From this office, Rachel and I ran our small, newly sustainable networking businessthe old boys club for women, we called it Our partnership had been conceived of in the black center of my burnout it was a pinpoint of light I could walk toward, and practically speaking, something to do that might keep me from looming eviction After much trial and error, wed made it work In addition to this, I was slowly but surely reassembling my freelance writing career in a way that made me want to come to the computer instead of flee from it I could once again pay my rent And yet, despite all this, here I was still feeling unsteady The city gazed back at me in all its triumphant, unapologetic power The city did not care that I was determined to ignore my birthday It would quite happily ignore my birthday right along with me if I so chose It was my job to convince the city I was worth paying attention to at all It was now five oclock Was I really going to go home Sad, sad Glynnis retreating to her studio apartment, defeated by her age This could not be the story of my birthday More than anything, it was just too boring In an effort to avoid appearing pathetic, it was starting to occur to me that I was being very pathetic At the very least Id take myself out for a drink at the Bemelmans Bar, the Upper East Side institution on the ground floor of the Carlyle Hotel The walls of Bemelmans were illustrated by its namesake, Ludwig Bemelmans, author of the Madeline childrens books, who had stayed as a guest there for many months It was as old school as it was possible to get in New York, and if the city was my sanctuary, Bemelmans was my sanctuary within it in my lowest moments Newly fired up by my plan, I opened my computer and looked up hotel room rates at the Carlyle I could pack a pair of silk pajamas, have a martini at Bemelmans, and wake up to a stroll in Central Park Good Lord I closed the tab almost as quickly as Id opened it Not even the most acrobatic, panicked, you only turn forty once rationalizations could justify half a months already obscenely high rent on one night in a hotel I might not know what sort of life awaited me, but I was certain whatever shape it took I would still have to pay my bills Even so, Id hit on the missing piece I was desperate to be in motion To have a destination on a day that was leaving me feeling paralyzed and without purpose It was too late for a road trip now, though I suddenly understood clearly thats what I should have done I thought of all the motels Id stayed in over the years on various cross country road trips The promise of their glowing neon signs, the rooms brief answers to the quintessential question of the road where to next Thats what I needed I turned over the city in my head Most of the hotels were in Times Square and full of tourists I had never been a tourist, and I wasnt about to start now Suddenly I recalled the newly opened motel out in the Rockaways Id heard people talking about over the summer The Rockaways were technically a part of Queens, a little peninsula that jutted out into the water southeast of Coney Island and lined on all sides with beaches The area had been a summer destination for city dwellers looking to escape the heat since the mid nineteenth century, and had come in and out of fashion ever since The neighborhood had the feel of a beach town even though it was possible to see the citys skyline in the distance Another world inside the same city, only a subway ride away It was one of New Yorks better magic tricks I Googled the hotel It was open A few clicks and I had booked a seventy five dollar room Just like that, Id managed to tilt the world just enough to let it refill with some possibility I packed my things and took one last look out the window The sinking sun had tinged the silver buildings gold, giving me the sensation of being granted a glowing send off.PRAISE FOR NO ONE TELLS YOU THIS No One Tells You This takes readers from Canada to New York to Wyoming in its mapping of contemporary adulthood, unmoored from the institutions that once defined it for women Wrestling with loneliness, independence, grief and exhilaration, MacNicol offers a piercing examination of what it means both to love grown up, complicated womenmothers, sisters, friends, intergalactic princessesand to be one Rebecca Traister, author of All The Single Ladies Revealing as a three martini lunch with a smart friend, this candid memoir shows a woman choosing to live happily if also conflictedly ever after on her own Ada Calhoun, author of Wedding Toasts Ill Never Give No One Tells You This is the story of a woman living by her own rulesaloneand having the audacity to enjoy it Glynnis lays bare the complexity of being a woman on her own in the world, in all its heartbreak, humor and, yes, joy Jessica Bennett, author of Feminist Fight Club Glynnis has written a book that is honest, hilarious and rawit misses nothing Her voice literally jumps off the page and becomes your friend, sister, caretaker, asskicker Alyssa Mastromonaco, author of Who Thought This Was a Good Idea Glynnis MacNicol generously imparts the kind of wisdom we are usually so loathe and suspicious to receive She doesnt proselytize, she doesnt pander, she doesnt beat you over the head with inspirational buzzwords She simply tells the truth about her life In my 20s, I was too dumb and terrified to articulate my desires In my 30s, my fear is that society wont let me become the woman I want to be This is the blueprint Aminatou Sow, co host of the Call Your Girlfriendpodcast Beguiling Washington Post Sharp, intimate Unapologetic in her embrace of the ups and downs of the improvised solo life, MacNicol offers a refreshing view of the possibilitiesand pitfallspersonal freedom can offer modern women A funny, frank, and fearless memoir KIRKUS REVIEWS A memoir that will help women of all ages and life circumstances understand the experience of todays single and joyful woman BOOKPAGE No One Tells You Thisis the most empowering memoir youll read all summer Hello Giggles Rapturous Enjoying every line Sally Kohn,ReadItForward.com How does the single, middle aged woman live when shes not relegated to the role of the cautionary tale, the punchline spinster, the wacky aunt whose family suffers her visits out of equal parts love and pity In No One Tells You This, MacNicol forges her own storyline, drawing power from herself Its a year of dating unabashedly, traveling freely, surviving grief, and redefining family That she lets us in on this journey is a gift BuzzFeed Sharp, hilarious, enthrallingThis book is an essential read for women who both are and arent checking off all the boxes were told were supposed to NYLON Journalist Glynnis MacNicol has written one of the most frank and refreshing stories about turning forty without a husband or a baby She manages to both entertain and challenge the reader as she grapples with the best and worst parts of choosing not to build her life around a traditional family Its smart and hilarious and exactly as nuanced as you want it to be GOOP Amid the raft of motherhood memoirs out this summer, its refreshing to read a book unapologetically dedicated to the fulfillment of single life Like a 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    • Format Kindle
    • 1501163132
    • No One Tells You This: A Memoir
    • Glynnis MacNicol
    • Anglais
    • 2016-01-11T22:15+02:00