Simon says, raise your hand if you’re a single lady.
Single or not, most women could use a little more solitude than the world typically offers. Like many, Rebekah Iliff used to be hesitant to intentionally spend time alone.
After the sudden loss of a close friend, she decided to go forward with their upcoming vacation alone, and found herself drinking a glass of wine solo in a spa, much to fellow patrons’ concern.
This experience later sparked the poem “Champagne for One,” a joyful reflection on intentional solitude, and bubbled into this namesake collection of poetry and essays.
With sharp wit and sly satire, Iliff paints a picture of complete personal content, where you will finally see yourself embracing the value of solitary life and laughing along the way.
Discover an array of conversation enders and a recipe for stag stew—the secret ingredient? 4 ounces of confidence—that will leave you equipped to take on even the most clingy companions and matchmaking expectations.
Champagne for One is a delightful spotlight on how to own being alone, perfect as a gift to a friend or as a treat to your solitary self.