The business has been with the family for over 30 years and is one of the premiere event spaces in the state. Well written with so much positive information about the show and about Caroline's life. She addresses a few of those moments and her interactions with the crew in the book. Tell them that you may not have a degree but you're a badass and you're good at what you do. So far, this is the most useless book I've read by a Real Housewife, and that's really saying something, all things considered. These are not exactly original thoughts.
I loved listening to the different sections of behind the scenes, ask Caroline and the stories from her children. Her children are spoiled rotten and elitists. Don't expect a lot of gossip abo I did not like this book. Regardless, there are plenty of fun tidbits about filming, lots of her sound advice and common sense approach to life. She talks about how she was raised, how her and her husband went from being poor to where they are today, and how her and her husband raised their children.
She made the boys' beds. Of course she shared a few behind the scenes tidbits which are cool and also shared a few recipes, but the bulk of the book was more than just about her - it was how other families can relate to her life with her husband and children, which was really interesting. I find it hard to believe that Ms. No-nonsense, strong opinions, but caring and never trashy. There's much more to Erika Jayne than fans see on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Now do me a favor and pass out facedown in a shrubbery for once. Although Caroline is my favorite housewife if I had to choose someone , I feel like she is smarter than this book. Caroline Manzo is a wife, mother, author, podcaster and Real Housewife of New Jersey. You will get a glimpse of her family and of the cast mates but the real charm of this book is Caroline herself. It really showed in the last season's viewing. It's not from an experts point of view, it's her beliefs based on how she was raised and what she believes is the right and wrong things to do. She must never bore him her words , and she should learn about his interests and hobbies and take an interest and understanding in them, herself.
Let Me Tell You Something: Life as a Real Housewife, Tough-Love Mother, and Street-Smart Businesswoman includes personal color photographs and lots of sage advice. Their houses are beyond gorgeous, no one works yet they all spend money like it's tap water, and everyone looks fabulous all the time. Yolanda was turned inside out by some of the country's top hospitals and doctors, but due to the lack of definitive diagnostic testing, she landed in a dark maze of conflicting medical opinions. Caroline did explain that Season 3 and 4 were filmed back-to-back so there was no down time in-between for tempers to cool or issues to be settled. Caroline shared such a wonderful insight into her life that really was not shared on the show. If you want to read a real feel good book, this is the one. I am going to try a few of the recipes she included in her book as well.
Each chapter is inspired by a relationship encounter she has had since her sensational divorce from actor Eddie Cibrian. Now, in her first-ever memoir, the fan favorite star of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills bares her heart, mind, and soul. Expect good and honest advise. With her contagious, positive attitude and tips for success sprinkled throughout the book, readers will fall in love with their favor- ite housewife all over again. Despite the pressure of life in the spotlight, she makes marriage look easy. She tells us the same things over and over, sometimes just a paragraph or two apart, but more often spread throughout the book, and quite frequently four or more times. I listened to the audiobook, and she narrated it.
This one is about Caroline Manzo of New Jersey. I wanted to love this as much as I love Caroline. Although Caroline is my favorite housewife if I had to choose someone , I feel like she is smarter than this book. With her contagious, positive attitude and tips for success sprinkled throughout the book, readers will fall in love with their favorite housewife all over again. I just love that she's a real person with real issues! Melissa's overriding principle: Treat your husband like a king! Caroline balances her public life with her private one, and I agree with her that some things should still remain private. The entire book is badly in need of better editing, but then there would have been nothing left.
This book was such a great book to listen to! I would say the writing wasn't amazing, but her delivery was the Caroline I know and love, so it made it worth it. She did laundry, she cleaned the refrigerator. Every bit of her advice is nothing more than common sense. She does all the cooking and cleaning in her home, and she raised her daughter to do the same. Finally out, he embarked on making a career out of his passion for television. She is a devoted wife to Albert, her husband of 29 years and mother of her three children Albie, Lauren, and Christopher.
If you are reading this to get an expert opinion then don't bother. The feuds with various cast mates will continue to be addressed in upcoming seasons. Red-hot advice from the redhead who doesn't pull any punches Mother, wife, and fan favorite Caroline Manzo has been through it all as one of the original breakout stars of Bravo's The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Her wisdom on family, life, and love, and her shockingly honest confessions about beauty, body image, and even plastic surgery, resonate with women of every generation. Keep up the great work Caroline 1 mom wife and mentor Your are an amazing women and it shows with your beautiful family the world loves you Caroline. And it doesn't pretend to be any of those.