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Do you ever find yourself snowed under at the office, or even just glued to the couch, when you really want to leave on time (for once), get to the gym (at last), and finally start that fun project you're always putting off?
You've really got to Get Your Sh*t Together.
In The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck, "anti-guru" Sarah knight liberated you from shame, guilt, and obligations. But what about all the sh*t you do give a f*ck about-like your career, health, relationships, and bank account?
Now, Sarah's back with more hilarious advice to make life easier and better. Whether your dream is to quit your day job and buy a food truck, pay off your debt, or just spend more time with your cat, Sarah cuts through the bullsh*t cycle of self-sabotage to show you how to be happy.
Three simple tools for getting (and keeping) your sh*t together
The Power of Negative Thinking
How to balance work and fun-and save money while you're at it
Ways to manage anxiety
And tons of other awesome sh*t!
Soon you'll be setting real goals, crushing them, and getting out the door for happy hour-every damn day.
Praise for Sarah Knight"Genius." - Cosmopolitan
"Self-help to swear by." - The Boston Globe
"Hilarious [and] truly practical." - Booklist
|Title||:||Get Your Sh*t Together: How to Stop Worrying About What You Should Do So You Can Finish What You Need to Do and Start Doing What You Want to Do (A No F*cks Given Guide)|
|Number of Pages||:||304 pages|
December 03, 2016
Knight is an acquired taste, but I generally enjoyed Get Your Sh*t Together. Her self help books are full of useful tips, profanity, and irreverent humor so don't pick this title up if you're easily offended. If you know someone who seriously needs to get their you-know-what together, this could...
February 17, 2017
"Also, unlike many traditional self-help authors, I am going to use the word sh_t 332 times (including several shitmanteaus of my own invention), so please do not go on Amazon saying you were expecting sunshine and kittens and got shitstorms and shittens." LOL
August 26, 2017
This insubstantial book would've been a lot more enjoyable if the author could have refrained from being an overbearing and self-centered blowhole. As it stands, this typical "effort" comes off as a rushed one and Knight rambles on and on about herself (we get it; you're successful) to the point...
November 09, 2016
As with The Life-changing Magic of Not Giving A Fuck, Sarah Knight manages to convey an important message with wit & personality like no other! With both of these books it's about getting control of your life. It's in your hands but you can start small & learn to control the steam roller...
August 24, 2017
I read Sarah Knights first book and loved it and this is terrific too! I will write more about it soon!
Here are some of my favorite parts of this book -
Sarah's advice about being the best partner you can be. She talks about having a relationship relay to see "who can be nicer, more helpful, or mo...
February 12, 2017
Enjoyed this so much I might buy her first one, even though, like this, it's not available for Kindle in New Zealand.
May 25, 2017
Another TRULY terrible book from Sarah Knight. Kicking myself at having wasted £12.99 on this absolute trash.
The introduction goes on for about 13 pages. The first chapter then regurgitates the introduction in slightly different wording. The second chapter paraphrases the first chapter, and so o...
May 14, 2017
Dip into savings means spending more than you should. Then you're allowing money to build a prison around you and make you its bitch. Don't be money's bitch.
Better take some Advil if I'm going to keep patting myself on the back so hard.
Coworker help = quid pro quo.
Impulse control should not be...
February 04, 2017
Every once in a while, in the midst of all my fiction reading, I pick up a self-improvement book. There's often a point or two of interest in the book, even if much of the advice is repetitive and obvious. But, someone has to point out the highlights. Sarah Knight uses her own life as in example...
May 22, 2017
It was okay. Parts of it were funny, there's some interesting and potentially useful advice in here, but overall... somehow I suppose I expected more substance from something with such an ambitious subtitle. Knight offers a strategy and consistently applies that one strategy to a variety of scena...