Like everyone else, I feel so compelled to buy books in airports. I have no idea what it is. Maybe it is my longing desire to be as unsociable as possible? Who knows. Thanks to the solid recommendation of a Bernie Sanders look a like whom I met about a year ago, I picked up “Bossypants” by Tina Fey. Do not worry, I am a long-term fan of her anyway, this love is nothing new. This has Tina telling you first hand about how she got started. You hear from when she first started up until now. She includes stories from her career, as well as stories of her life (like her daughter’s Peter Pan themed party). The most interesting chapter was the discussion about her portraying Sarah Palin. It was cool to see her side, and how she felt about the whole skit. She has this amazing way of being able to have you read it like she is talking to you, which is very important to me. As a millennial, I definitely have this streak of a New Age Feminist in me, and Tina definitely speaks to that side of me. She includes “30 Rock” into the book, and although it was a failed mission (in my opinion), it was still nice knowing her thought process behind it. I do not usually laugh out loud at books, but I definitely caught myself laughing at this book. I have since passed this little gem off to a bunch of my family and friends for light reading, and they have all agreed that it is a great book. If you are traveling, this is a great thing to check out, and I have seen it in every single airport I have ever been in (which are quite a few). If you are a fan of any of her shows, or Tina herself, I definitely suggest giving it a go!