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The no-f*cks-given guide to taming anxiety and taking back control of your life, from the bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together Do you spend more time worrying about problems than solving them? Do you let unexpected difficulties ruin your day and do "what ifs" keep you up at night? Sounds like you need to CALM THE F The no-f*cks-given guide to taming anxiety and taking back control of your life, from the bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together Do you spend more time worrying about problems than solving them? Do you let unexpected difficulties ruin your day and do "what ifs" keep you up at night? Sounds like you need to CALM THE F*CK DOWN. Just because things are falling apart doesn't mean YOU can't pull it together. Whether you're stressed about sh*t that hasn't happened yet or freaked out about sh*t that already has, the NoWorries method from "anti-guru" Sarah Knight helps you curb the anxiety and overthinking that's making everything worse. Calm the F*ck Down explains: The Four Faces of Freaking Out--and their Flipsides How to accept what you can't control Productive Helpful Effective Worrying (PHEW) The Three Principles of Dealing With It And much more! Praise for Sarah Knight and the No F*cks Given Guides "Self-help to swear by." --The Boston Globe "Genius." --Vogue "Hilarious, irreverent, and no-nonsense." --Bustle


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The no-f*cks-given guide to taming anxiety and taking back control of your life, from the bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together Do you spend more time worrying about problems than solving them? Do you let unexpected difficulties ruin your day and do "what ifs" keep you up at night? Sounds like you need to CALM THE F The no-f*cks-given guide to taming anxiety and taking back control of your life, from the bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together Do you spend more time worrying about problems than solving them? Do you let unexpected difficulties ruin your day and do "what ifs" keep you up at night? Sounds like you need to CALM THE F*CK DOWN. Just because things are falling apart doesn't mean YOU can't pull it together. Whether you're stressed about sh*t that hasn't happened yet or freaked out about sh*t that already has, the NoWorries method from "anti-guru" Sarah Knight helps you curb the anxiety and overthinking that's making everything worse. Calm the F*ck Down explains: The Four Faces of Freaking Out--and their Flipsides How to accept what you can't control Productive Helpful Effective Worrying (PHEW) The Three Principles of Dealing With It And much more! Praise for Sarah Knight and the No F*cks Given Guides "Self-help to swear by." --The Boston Globe "Genius." --Vogue "Hilarious, irreverent, and no-nonsense." --Bustle

30 review for Calm the F*ck Down: How to Control What You Can and Accept What You Can't So You Can Stop Freaking Out and Get On With Your Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    I don’t normally read self help books, but this title just spoke to me. Because those who know me, will tell you that’s how I talk. And I definitely suffer from anxiety, so why not give it a try? As you would expect from the title, the author’s style is very flippant. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have some good points. As she says in the Author’s Note, this is basically an extended Serenity Prayer - change what you can, accept what you can’t and be wise enough to know the difference. Will he I don’t normally read self help books, but this title just spoke to me. Because those who know me, will tell you that’s how I talk. And I definitely suffer from anxiety, so why not give it a try? As you would expect from the title, the author’s style is very flippant. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have some good points. As she says in the Author’s Note, this is basically an extended Serenity Prayer - change what you can, accept what you can’t and be wise enough to know the difference. Will her suggestions work? Maybe. Knight does acknowledge it will all take practice. And sometimes her answers are a little smug and cavalier. Telling someone to get some sleep and deal with the problem tomorrow is great, but doesn’t really work if anxiety has made you into a hard core insomniac. Think I haven’t already tried deep breathing, meditation, etc.? But I can guarantee that you will chuckle frequently while reading this book. FYI, Ms. Knight has strong opinions about the current president. Fair warning if you happen to be a fan of his. I am not. As someone who agrees with her opinion of the “orange howler monkey”, I appreciated her passing on the tip about watching @PepitoTheCat. My thanks to netgalley and Little, Brown for an advance copy of this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Special thanks to Sarah Knight and Little Brown and Company for providing me with this book for free. I'm not into "Self-Help" as genre, I don't understand its purpose. So why did I read this book? Because it was free and because I've been feeling a little more stress and anxiety then usual. Calm The F*ck Down is book 4 of Sarah Knight's No F*cks Given Guide, but I had never even heard of her. A quick Google search told me that she's kind of a big deal. Like most self help guides Calm the F*ck D Special thanks to Sarah Knight and Little Brown and Company for providing me with this book for free. I'm not into "Self-Help" as genre, I don't understand its purpose. So why did I read this book? Because it was free and because I've been feeling a little more stress and anxiety then usual. Calm The F*ck Down is book 4 of Sarah Knight's No F*cks Given Guide, but I had never even heard of her. A quick Google search told me that she's kind of a big deal. Like most self help guides Calm the F*ck Down doesn't have any groundbreaking advice. Its all things that anyone with basic common sense already knows. Things like Panicking won't help you, Don't worry about things you can't control, Don't hide from your problems, and think about your problem logically. We all know these things but that doesn't mean we actually do them. I mean I know that I shouldn't eat an entire bag of mini Reese's Peanut butter cups in one day but I still did just that on Thursday. I regret NOTHING! If self help is your thing and you love sarcastic profanity filled advice then pick up a copy of this book. Even if you're like me and you don't like self help you might enjoy this book. I liked this more than I thought but if I hadn't received this for free I probably won't have bought it. If you're on the fence maybe get a copy from the library or maybe you're lucky enough to have me as a sister, because I plan on giving my copy to my sister.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily Goenner

    I must say, 2019 is not off to a great start. The more I thought about the last book I reviewed, the angrier I got, and this one is likely to be the same. A few years ago, I listened to Knight's "Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck" and I liked it--funny, relevant, some good ideas. So, with anxiety about the new school year growing, I thought "Calm the F*ck Down" would at least provide a laugh. Nope. Wrong. Knight's narration was annoying and self-involved ("please give me 5 stars" e.g.). He I must say, 2019 is not off to a great start. The more I thought about the last book I reviewed, the angrier I got, and this one is likely to be the same. A few years ago, I listened to Knight's "Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck" and I liked it--funny, relevant, some good ideas. So, with anxiety about the new school year growing, I thought "Calm the F*ck Down" would at least provide a laugh. Nope. Wrong. Knight's narration was annoying and self-involved ("please give me 5 stars" e.g.). Her theories for dealing with anxiety were so incredibly basic they were laughable (plan, assess how possible--seriously?). She claims to have Generalized Anxiety Disorder, but if the things she's worried about are the ones she discusses in the book (a tarantula, missing a flight) and can be dealt with in the ways she suggests (moving the spider, planning), then I wish I had her anxiety disorder! Incredibly disappointing!

  4. 5 out of 5

    ✰ Liz ✰

    Calm the F*ck Down: How to Control What You Can and Accept What You Can't So You Can Stop Freaking Out and Get On With Your Life is another great self-help book from my favorite self-help guru and goddess, Sarah Knight. What is always most refreshing about her books is the way in which she offers encouragement with humor, whit, and raw honesty. There is never any judgment or room for remorse but instead, her books offer solace and a calm quiet voice in midst of the sh*t storm of life. As I ente Calm the F*ck Down: How to Control What You Can and Accept What You Can't So You Can Stop Freaking Out and Get On With Your Life is another great self-help book from my favorite self-help guru and goddess, Sarah Knight. What is always most refreshing about her books is the way in which she offers encouragement with humor, whit, and raw honesty. There is never any judgment or room for remorse but instead, her books offer solace and a calm quiet voice in midst of the sh*t storm of life. As I enter into 2019, I could not feel more equipped to tackle my fears and learn to manage my freakouts with grace and complete calmness! Overall, I highly recommend Calm the F*ck Down: How to Control What You Can and Accept What You Can't So You Can Stop Freaking Out and Get On With Your Life to anyone seeking a better life! I look forward to reading more greatness from Ms. Knight! *ARC graciously provided in exchange for an honest review! For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  5. 5 out of 5

    abby

    Self-help books start at a severe deficit in that they aren't very helpful. Yet the fact that we think there's a book out there that can cure our generalized anxiety, or help us shed those last 10 lbs for good, or make us rich, keeps the genre going (never mind that if books could save us from ourselves, this country wouldn't be the fat, nervous, broke mess that it is). But if you have to read a self-help book, you could do far less than the latest in Sarah Knight's f*ck series. The author has a Self-help books start at a severe deficit in that they aren't very helpful. Yet the fact that we think there's a book out there that can cure our generalized anxiety, or help us shed those last 10 lbs for good, or make us rich, keeps the genre going (never mind that if books could save us from ourselves, this country wouldn't be the fat, nervous, broke mess that it is). But if you have to read a self-help book, you could do far less than the latest in Sarah Knight's f*ck series. The author has a very sarcastic sense of humor I relate to. Not everyone will respond to her style, but I found this book pretty amusing. Sarah Knight admits her entire message boils down to the serenity prayer, but she delivers it in an entertaining fashion. I will say I tried to apply the principles from this book to my habit of worrying about everything, and it does work. A little. When you can remember to go through the steps in the midst of a panic. Which is almost never. And for things you have the wherewithal to be able to prioritize and deal with. Which is virtually nothing. But, hey, this book tried. B- for effort.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kate Henderson

    **Listened via audible** Everyone raves about Sarah Knights books so I thought I would give this a go - this book really appealed to me. Unfortunately I felt it very self indulgent and a lot of waffle! I didn’t get anything from it! So disappointing!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ceallaigh Johnson

    This book I would have to say is the worst book I have read for advice. The made up lingo and the nonsense that you have to sift through in order to get the point that is trying to be made is horrendous. The author makes it clear that she is not a doctor or formally educated in anything that warrants a book on advice giving, however her writing makes me not calm ironically. The examples given are a joke and basically an elementary student could have done better with less personal experience. Not This book I would have to say is the worst book I have read for advice. The made up lingo and the nonsense that you have to sift through in order to get the point that is trying to be made is horrendous. The author makes it clear that she is not a doctor or formally educated in anything that warrants a book on advice giving, however her writing makes me not calm ironically. The examples given are a joke and basically an elementary student could have done better with less personal experience. Not a recommendation I would give to anyone in my opinion.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller

    Woe is me! It didn’t end up being as helpful as I hoped it would (for a few specific reasons that might have more to do with my personal brand of anxiety differing from the author’s). I’m still deciding on a final rating. RTC

  9. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    Great book for people who deal with anxiety. It's about using logic and walking yourself through the process, and not taking yourself so seriously. You have to ask yourself the "Question to Rule them All" - can I control this? and if you can't then stop worrying and thinking about it. You can't control everything, and you need to realize and accept this. Control means that you can make your own outcome but sometimes you have to trust and let others help. You can only change yourslelf, not others. Great book for people who deal with anxiety. It's about using logic and walking yourself through the process, and not taking yourself so seriously. You have to ask yourself the "Question to Rule them All" - can I control this? and if you can't then stop worrying and thinking about it. You can't control everything, and you need to realize and accept this. Control means that you can make your own outcome but sometimes you have to trust and let others help. You can only change yourslelf, not others. I like her approach - it's like a literary pep talk & action plan to help you stay motivated, calm down, and let go of the stuff that's causing you problems

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Plourde

    DNF (did not finish). This book started with a message I needed to hear (stop worrying about the things you can't control, and be proactive and take action for the things you can control--even a little). Simple, yet insightful, plus humorous. But I couldn't finish it. It got too muddled in the middle--trying to make the simple message too complex. Plus the more I read, the author's humor and writing style grew abrasive and "not funny." DNF (did not finish). This book started with a message I needed to hear (stop worrying about the things you can't control, and be proactive and take action for the things you can control--even a little). Simple, yet insightful, plus humorous. But I couldn't finish it. It got too muddled in the middle--trying to make the simple message too complex. Plus the more I read, the author's humor and writing style grew abrasive and "not funny."

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lizzilu

    Colossal waste of time. And I barely got through the first chapter. Horribly written. No real help was offered and if there was, it had to be hidden in her constant quips. Ugh. What an obnoxious human being.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Laura Rash

    Sarah Knight has a knack of letting you know you need to get your head out of your ass and get a grip on your life and how you handle what you can’t control. Yes, it’s quirky and funny in her descriptions of how to do just that but it also makes you pause and think about how you can make some legit changes. And how to CALM THE FUCK DOWN! Thanks to Little Brown for this early copy:)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ina

    3.5 stars This was my first ever audiobook. Let's be real: I might never enjoy listening to novels. I like to imagine characters' voices and accents in my own head and I like to read as quickly or as slowly as I want to to enjoy certain paragraphs. Therefore - fiction audiobooks, not for me. But this? This was fun. I have been wanting to try and read some non-fiction (most likely self help) books for a while. However, since reading novels is so much more fun (at least for me), I usually give up o 3.5 stars This was my first ever audiobook. Let's be real: I might never enjoy listening to novels. I like to imagine characters' voices and accents in my own head and I like to read as quickly or as slowly as I want to to enjoy certain paragraphs. Therefore - fiction audiobooks, not for me. But this? This was fun. I have been wanting to try and read some non-fiction (most likely self help) books for a while. However, since reading novels is so much more fun (at least for me), I usually give up on non-fiction books pretty early on. Therefore, when I found this little gem in audio form, I decided to take my chances with it. And what do you know, I was pleasantly surprised. It was pretty fun (and productive) to listen to someone tell me how to deal with my sh*t while cleaning my apartment or walking home. Since this is my first book on this topic, I can't very well evaluate its methods. I don't think it taught me any mind shattering techniques to help me overcome my anxiety. However, it did occupy my mind for a while and it did make me laugh a fair number of times, so that's an added bonus. Honestly, this book was hilarious. Especially the opening chapter made me actually laugh out loud several times. However, if you don't like profanity, maybe stay away from this, since the auther does swear quite often (as you could have guess from the title). For now, I'm trying to think and act according to Knight's tips, but I'm not sure I will be able to do that once something stressful happens. We will see I guess. Wish me luck.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn Jenkins

    I had no idea stupidity could reach this level. Never cursing again. Thanks Sarah.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    This book was such an incredible waste of time. It took everything inside of me to finish it, and I did, but only because I have a thing with finishing books I start. The entire tone of the book felt as if I was being lectured by a college freshman who just passed Psych 101 with a B+. The “advice” is so incredibly basic: go to bed & worry about your problems tomorrow, don’t worry about things you can’t control, prioritize your problems. I could go on & on but I rather not. Additionally, the scen This book was such an incredible waste of time. It took everything inside of me to finish it, and I did, but only because I have a thing with finishing books I start. The entire tone of the book felt as if I was being lectured by a college freshman who just passed Psych 101 with a B+. The “advice” is so incredibly basic: go to bed & worry about your problems tomorrow, don’t worry about things you can’t control, prioritize your problems. I could go on & on but I rather not. Additionally, the scenarios & examples given in the book to get over anxiety were outlandish and simple minded. For example, how to deal with not turning in a paper on time, a spider getting into your house, your friend being mad at you, etc. When the author finally got into heavier sources of anxiety, it was so obvious she had no idea how to help anyone through divorce, infertility, death etc, she just glazed over it with the same common sense advice. This is easily the worst book I have ever read & the constant advertising plug ins for her other books & reviews were pathetic.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    dnf - I cannot handle all the cute-sy, trying to be funny (BUT ARE NOT FUNNY BC THIS AUTHOR ISN'T FUNNY) quips and anecdotes while talking about something serious. Her little "remember the tarantula in the living room?" lessons are flipping insulting and insufferable. dnf - I cannot handle all the cute-sy, trying to be funny (BUT ARE NOT FUNNY BC THIS AUTHOR ISN'T FUNNY) quips and anecdotes while talking about something serious. Her little "remember the tarantula in the living room?" lessons are flipping insulting and insufferable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Yasmin Harris

    Awful. Struggled to get through it. Sarah might aswell have just repeated the same thing over and over again; because that’s what it felt like. Such a shame as I was really looking forward to reading this book. Would not recommend at all.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Emma Cotta

    She wants us to calm us down, but her arrogance and stressful way of writing just freaked me out more haha. Wont finish it

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chrys Fey

    The author likes to mention how she gets paid to write these books and use the f-word as many times as possible. We get it. You don't have to keep repeating it. In fact, you don't need to say it at all. I ended up skimming this book. It could've been shortened to an article or blog post, in my opinion, and been more useful. The author likes to mention how she gets paid to write these books and use the f-word as many times as possible. We get it. You don't have to keep repeating it. In fact, you don't need to say it at all. I ended up skimming this book. It could've been shortened to an article or blog post, in my opinion, and been more useful.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Suzie

    After Sarah's other great books, I'm not sure how her editor thought publishing this writing was a good idea. so. much. nonsense. After Sarah's other great books, I'm not sure how her editor thought publishing this writing was a good idea. so. much. nonsense.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Garbage

  22. 5 out of 5

    britt_brooke

    Anti-guru Sarah Knight presents the tools you need to effectively react to shit. Triage your emergencies and calm yourself. Control how you react. Most of this is common sense stuff, but the reminder that other people struggle, too, always helps. Plus, I’m here for the profanity.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Castle Spooktacular (Cassandra Woods)

    I've liked all of Sarah Knight's books so far, and this one did not disappoint. I like her attitude, quirkyness, and solid practical tools to help you be your best you. Her books are kind of like a literary pep talk & action plan to help you stay motivated, calm down, and let go of the stuff that's causing you problems. I like her approach, and her series of books have been a breath of fresh air compared other self help books out there. Way to go homie! I've liked all of Sarah Knight's books so far, and this one did not disappoint. I like her attitude, quirkyness, and solid practical tools to help you be your best you. Her books are kind of like a literary pep talk & action plan to help you stay motivated, calm down, and let go of the stuff that's causing you problems. I like her approach, and her series of books have been a breath of fresh air compared other self help books out there. Way to go homie!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Myndi

    This review was originally posted on my blog, Mad Book Love. Why this book? I am nothing if not anxiety-driven. Anxiety-riddled. Anxiety-plagued. You get the drift. After a lifetime of struggling with it, I finally went to therapy a couple years back, was diagnosed with Major Depression and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and figured out how best to deal with it (for now; these nasty beasties transmogrify, and then new battle plans must be devised). While my depression ebbs and flows, my anxiet This review was originally posted on my blog, Mad Book Love. Why this book? I am nothing if not anxiety-driven. Anxiety-riddled. Anxiety-plagued. You get the drift. After a lifetime of struggling with it, I finally went to therapy a couple years back, was diagnosed with Major Depression and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and figured out how best to deal with it (for now; these nasty beasties transmogrify, and then new battle plans must be devised). While my depression ebbs and flows, my anxiety is a part of daily life. Medication helps a LOT, but it is not the end-all-be-all. Healthy coping mechanisms are an essential weapon in my arsenal, and I’m always on the lookout for something new to try. This book appealed because of the snarky title. Recently, I saw a clip of Mila Kunis on a talk show, with a bottle of liquor in her hand. When she was offered a glass, she said “No I’m not a lady, I don’t need a glass,” and then she sips from the bottle and THAT is so my style. Kind of what I was expecting from this book. Thoughts: 1. This book might be useful to those who are anxious people, but not necessarily clinical. Definitely not for anyone who has read anything about ways to cope with anxiety. Essentially, there is nothing new here. Just a different presentation. And you’d have to have thick skin to get anything out of this. Thick skin and anxiety don’t tend to go hand in hand. Just sayin’. 2. It wasn’t just snarky. It was pretty heavy-handed style-wise. At no point was I offended (that would take a LOT in terms of profanity, etc.), but it just got tiresome. At some point, it started to feel like a shtick. So much so that the style distracted from the content. 3. The author is a fellow anxiety-sufferer but has zero credentials in mental health. Her “expertise” is limited to her own experience. These are tools that work for her and based on the fact that she has no training in the field, I’d guess they are techniques she learned from her own therapy, and has repackaged in her own unique style for the benefit of others. While I appreciate her personal experience and the attempt at delivering sound tools in a less dry package, it didn’t really work for me. 4. There were quite a few sections that started with caveats, along the lines of “I don’t mean to be critical or discount your experience, but…” Experience has taught me that anytime someone starts a sentence with a disclaimer like that, they are about to do exactly the thing they are saying they aren’t going to do. And the last thing people struggling with anxiety need is to feel criticized or have their feelings minimized. This book was not for me. I’d be hard-pressed to recommend it because the tone and mood are unlikely to appeal to most readers - even those of us who enjoy snark and a bit of profanity, and it simply isn’t new territory. Truthfully, there were times when I was seriously pissed off. In fact, I’m finding the more I write about it, the less I like it… Note: I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley. I pride myself on writing fair and honest reviews.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Karla Alvarado Infante

    I'm so glad I didn't pay for this book. I borrowed it from my local library. I don't remember the last time I gave a 1 🌟 to a book! This book just wasn't for me. What I liked: It was entertaining and made me laugh sometimes. What I didn't like: Before reading this book, I had some expectations, for instance I thought I was going to learn how to control what I can, and accept what I can't like the title said I would, I also expected to learn some techniques to remain calm. But the author's approach t I'm so glad I didn't pay for this book. I borrowed it from my local library. I don't remember the last time I gave a 1 🌟 to a book! This book just wasn't for me. What I liked: It was entertaining and made me laugh sometimes. What I didn't like: Before reading this book, I had some expectations, for instance I thought I was going to learn how to control what I can, and accept what I can't like the title said I would, I also expected to learn some techniques to remain calm. But the author's approach to this was really, really basic, like just using common sense. She said many times to plan, prioritize, etc. She gave some examples of situations that could induce anxiety that honestly 90% of them were... childish? Privileged? Like how to avoid anxiety caused by sitting on a soiled chair while wearing white pants (or something like that) with pineapples on them... Yeah! Like for real! Some of the problems made my eyes roll so hard... the author did touch (superficially) serious topics but what she said just wasn't useful (plan, prioritize, I'm not a doctor) and the time spent on them was really brief.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    Only read a few pages. Can’t people stop putting politics in EVERYTHING????

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    I was annoyed at the frequent recommendations of using alcohol and junk food as coping mechanisms. That's not good advice. I was annoyed at the frequent recommendations of using alcohol and junk food as coping mechanisms. That's not good advice.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Trina

    Are you looking for the pep-talk of the ages? Well then Calm the F*ck Down by Sarah Knight will give you just that! This no nonsense look at control, worrying and dealing with stress will floor you. I LOVED the author’s comical and mirth-filled prose, I mean, the title itself gives it away right. The author explains what she refers to as “The Four Faces of Freaking Out” as well as the “flipside” of these four faces. This book is a practical guide that will help you accept things under your contro Are you looking for the pep-talk of the ages? Well then Calm the F*ck Down by Sarah Knight will give you just that! This no nonsense look at control, worrying and dealing with stress will floor you. I LOVED the author’s comical and mirth-filled prose, I mean, the title itself gives it away right. The author explains what she refers to as “The Four Faces of Freaking Out” as well as the “flipside” of these four faces. This book is a practical guide that will help you accept things under your control (or lack thereof) as well as put you on the path to “productive, helpful, and effective worrying.” And it’s hilarious to boot! Great read. I received a review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley for my honest review. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    I love Sarah Knight! These books are all so great! A lot of the statements feel like they could be obvious on the outside, but no one practices them. I found myself putting a lot of her methods into action immediately, before I was even done the book. They work really well! My favourite advice related to the scenario where you know you can't do anything at the moment, but how do you let it go until you can act? Sarah is so blunt and to the point. Everyone I know should be reading these books. I love Sarah Knight! These books are all so great! A lot of the statements feel like they could be obvious on the outside, but no one practices them. I found myself putting a lot of her methods into action immediately, before I was even done the book. They work really well! My favourite advice related to the scenario where you know you can't do anything at the moment, but how do you let it go until you can act? Sarah is so blunt and to the point. Everyone I know should be reading these books.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lauren McNamara

    Another hilarious “self-help” book. Love her style. Not sure how the steps work in practice but it’s been fun to read.

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