Notes from a Perfectly Imperfect Life
By Lisa Kogan
Lisa Kogan’s observations on being a woman, on motherhood, and life in general are funny, honest and I think relatable, for most women today. The essays have thought and purpose, as well as humor.
Lisa tells her story in bits and pieces, with a sharp, keen wit. She tells of her life in New York, from dating, working, motherhood, and even personal tales such as health issues.
There is even a bit of politics that can be taken however the reader chooses.
The final product is a funny, charming little memoir of humorist essays.