We don’t have much longer until the newest season of Real Housewives of New Jersey is upon us! It feels like forever and a day since we last had our Garden State ladies on screen. It’s been a roller-coaster keeping up with the women off camera. There have been Coronavirus donation cases, accusations, and hospitalizations.
Throughout it all, Margaret Josephs has kept her connection with fans going through her Caviar Dreams, Tuna Fish Budget podcast. She’s used this outlet to share her COVID-times plastic surgery, family dynamics, and boss bitch moves. And like the boss she is, she’s taking it up a notch.
It seems like the pandemic has sparked so many Bravo-leb’s motivation to write a memoir. Shep Rose is writing a book on his dating life (vom). More interestingly, Cameran Eubanks has written a little something too. And then there’s Lala Kent who thinks people are interested in her rise to becoming an “actress.” It seems The Marge is going to follow suit and maybe finally give Bravo fans something they’ll be interested to know more about!
People is reporting that Margaret’s book, which will be titled after her podcast, will focus on her bumpy ride to entrepreneurial and financial success. The Marge wants other women to learn how to stand out in a man’s world!
Margaret shared, “I wanted to share my story to inspire and empower the reader. As I’ve often said, I wasn’t from the lucky sperm club — I was basically raised by wolves, but that didn’t stop me from dreaming big and chasing those dreams fearlessly.”
Marge added, “I believe that where you start in life doesn’t dictate your final destination and that how you navigate your journey is up to you.” Margaret hopes the book will inspire her readers to persist in reaching their goals, no matter the bumps along the way.
And if you’re just interested in some good old fashioned dirt, it sounds like there will be plenty. Margaret revealed, “In writing this book I share stories from my life that even my mother or my husband haven’t heard. I share them in the hope of helping others see that your past does not define you. You are in control and every day is a chance at a new beginning, no matter your age or where you are in life.”
Margaret added, “Relationships change, situations change and that’s okay. It’s about keeping your momentum and knowing that the comeback will be much bigger than the setback.”
And for anyone still wondering, yes, she will be spilling secrets about her affair.
TELL US – WILL THIS BOOK MAKE ITS WAY TO YOUR BRAVO BOOK CLUB IN 2021? WOULD YOU TAKE FINANCIAL ADVICE FROM MARGARET?
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