Escape Everything!

Escape Everything!

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What if the door is open and we can leave any time we like?

We will each spend an average of 87,000 hours at work before we die. We will spend another 5,000 getting to and from work. And we will spend countless more preparing for, worrying about and recovering after work.

Most of us hate our jobs, so why do we insist on grinding away only to be rewarded with stress, debt, isolation and general unhappiness? Where does our commitment to these traps come from?

In I'm Out: How to Make an Exit, Robert Wringham examines these questions and more, showing us how, if we are daring enough to make the attempt, we can take control of our fate and say goodbye to a lifetime of meaningless drudgery.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 141 x 222 x 23mm | 566.99g
  • Unbound Digital
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1783521333
  • 9781783521333
  • 610,141

About Robert Wringham

Robert Wringham is a writer and performer who lives in Glasgow and Montreal. He is the founder of New Escapologist, a small-press magazine and website about work and the good life. Wringham's first book, You Are Nothing, was published in 2012. His second, A Loose Egg, was shortlisted for the Leacock Medal for Humour. His third was first published as Escape Everything! by Unbound in 2016. It was a surprise hit in translation, which led to The Good Life for Wage Slaves in 2020.

www.wringham.co.uk
@rubberwringham
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