Stay Calm & Bagel On
Without any formal business training, Mary Beall Adler took a floundering bagel bakery in Washington, D.C., and, against all odds, made it a success.
In this revealing and touching audiobook of struggle and joy, Mary tells her story of a difficult marriage, financial troubles, and dashed dreams. A powerful survival instinct helped her find solutions to seemingly insurmountable problems.
An enticing listen from beginning to end, Mary’s book reveals her talent for sharing her innermost thoughts. In doing so, she captures feelings of insecurity and triumph - universal emotions that will move and resonate with those who read about her ever-eventful world of bagels.
Book had no flow endlessly jumped around from boring topic to boring topic. Instead of telling a story she just listed all the shit that's happened to her over the years. I don't think she knew what she wanted the book to be about. Her ass hole ex husband, her terrible decisions or random stuff about bagels and her shop. Not to mention the painfully boring narration. Do not waste time or money.