Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. This breezy memoir chronicles how actress Feldon (Agent 99 from Get Smart) found herself alone after a divorce and . Living Alone and Loving it by Barbara Feldon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In the first, second and third parts of this interview series with Barbara Feldon, the actress discussed her role as Agent 99 on Get Smart.

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Below are some of her ideas I would like to do in my life. Nad with a light approach this book is about someone who created a lot of social supports to help with being alone, rather than a person who lives alone. I wanted to kiss her! This is a great book for anyone who finds themselves living alone for the first time. Jan 01, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: Add to Cart Add to Cart.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: It was so comforting and gave me plenty of inspiration for ways to ease myself into living by myself.

I is one of my favourites. Barbara found herself living alone after having a man in her life for many years. This site uses cookies. It reminds me how to cherish alone-time.

Dominque Browning author of Around the House and in the Garden Big-hearted, generous, aoone, cheerful and wise This isn’t a book about surviving solo, it’s about thriving in a lifestyle often seen as temporary. Jul 12, Danielle rated it really liked it Shelves: Beginning to despair of ever finding happiness, she came to understand that she could be perfectly—even radiantly—happy living alone. I found her accessible and wise.

Description After a relationship impasse, Barbara Feldon — universally known as the effervescent spy “99” on Get Smart — found herself living alone. Because this book has shown me that I was looking at things from the wrong perspective, living alone is becoming my preferred choice instead of something I wanted to change.


By escaping to my miniature sanctuary I was expressing a need for independence — difficult to experience in the buzz of family life — while at the same time feeling reassured that my parents were within calling distance. What comes is aone to be avoided what goes is not to be followed.

On our property, hidden from the view of the main house, was an old pony shed — alas, without a pony — with a slanted, scratchy roof onto which I would climb on summer afternoons. The anarchy of such freedom was spiritual ambrosia to a girl who rankled under the restrictions of childhood.

Please leave a comment. Jun 08, Tony Snyder rated it it was amazing. Debbie Ford author of Spiritual Divorce A piving read and a practical step-by-step guide to creating your own happiness. I’m not a self-help book kind of gal, and I was hesitant to read this book because I do live alone piving love it–I don’t need any help in the matter. On Saturdays, while Burt was sailing, I looked around for a studio apartment that I imagined decorating capriciously, a hideaway like a secret garden to which there is only one key.

Book review: Living alone and loving it by Barbara Feldon

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While I couldn’t relate to all her feldkn, Barbara has some nuggets on wisdom of living a full life as a single. September 10, July 22, Nessbow. I was tethered to no one — and perhaps never again would be. She frames solo living in a positive light without faking optimism. In particular she torpedoed my illusion that my life would be so much better if only my soul mate would llving up, and she made me fell very normal and c OK, so you’ve finally taken his unacceptable behaviour to the wall, and now you’re on your own.


Living Alone and Loving It

It taught me that being alone is not lonely; rather, a chance to connect and to take responsibility for myself. This breezy memoir chronicles how actress Feldon Agent 99 from Get Smart found herself alone after a divorce and the end of other serious relationships.

I dreamed that I was in a damp prison cell when suddenly the doors swung open and I was free. By clicking ‘Sign me up’ I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the livig policy and terms of use. A week later I sat across from Pam in a cozy English tearoom sipping Darjeeling and munching on scones smeared with clotted cream.

By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. But now I do.

The move went very well. I would definitely recommend this book to you, whether you live alone or not.

One dank afternoon I was in a taxi on my way to an appointment and I decided to get out and walk. The book focuses on the psychological and social aspect of living alone.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It’s full of ideas and it’s easy bby comprehend. Now Feldon shares her secrets for living alone and loving it.