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Valuing the Single Life

Clare Payne
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Published

30 April 2018

ISBN

9780522872545

Weight

148g

Size

195mm x 129mm

Imprint

Melbourne University Press

One

Valuing the Single Life

Clare Payne
A new perspective on the lives of single people
More adults than ever before are now living alone—one quarter of all households in Australia are currently single-person households. They are forging new ways of having contented and connected lives.

One gives insight to the once maligned and now increasingly chosen status of being single. It is an inspiring call to politicians, business leaders and individuals, challenging us all to recognise the worth and standing of One.
More adults than ever before are now living alone—one quarter of all households in Australia are currently single-person households. They are forging new ways of having contented and connected lives.

One gives insight to the once maligned and now increasingly chosen status of being single. It is an inspiring call to politicians, business leaders and individuals, challenging us all to recognise the worth and standing of One.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, with its timely reminder of the challenges, joys and ultimate pleasures of life on your own. The Age of Living Single is here, offering freedom and happiness to those of us lucky enough to be single.”
Ita Buttrose

Clare Payne

Clare Payne

Clare Payne is a globally recognised leader for her work in ethics in finance and commitment to social issues. She is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and has been recognised by the Australian Financial Review and Westpac as one of their 100 Women of Influence. She co-authored A Matter of Trust: The Practice of Ethics in Finance. Clare is a former employment lawyer and an accomplished marathon swimmer.

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