Tabitha Carvan is a science writer for the Australian National University and a freelance features writer on the side, focusing on issues of identity, family and pop culture. Her writing has appeared in over a dozen different publications from Australian Geographic to Ravishly; Overland to Offbeat Home; The Outline to MamaMia. She lives in Canberra, but when she lived in Hanoi for several years, she was a commissioned blogger for Crikey, and a columnist for both AsiaLIFE magazine, and Vietnam’s largest news service Dan Tri. She can be found at http://www.tabithacarvan.com.
“Remember that feeling you had as a kid, when you loved things wholeheartedly, boldly, and loudly? If you feel a sense that there is something missing from your life, some gap between who you are on the inside and who you are on the outside, then this is the book for you.” Eve Rodsky, author of Find Your Unicorn Space and Fair Play “this year’s most hilarious self-help book.” Daily Mail