Get Your Sh*t Together
An honest, prescriptive guide to skipping the self-sabotage and, frankly, getting off the couch and getting going on all those things you’ve always wanted to do but seem to perpetually put off.
Get Your Sh*t Together is more of Knight’s special brand of anti-self-help self-help, peppered with profanity and witty pop culture references. . . . Genius.
The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck
If 2015 was the year of learning how to tidy up our lives, 2016 is the year of learning not to give a f*ck.
[A] mix of Oprah Winfrey-style mantras and Amy Schumer-esque obscenities.
Self-help with an edge.
[This] hilarious guidebook aims to rid your mind of annoying coworkers, family issues, and body pressures. . . . In the process you’ll lighten your spirit and clear your calendar, freeing up time and energy for yourself (and your Netflix account).
You’ll feel liberated.
She’s become my new Oprah.
Self-help to swear by.
This how-to book grabs us with its catchy title . . . but delivers by empowering us to learn to say no and banish the word ‘should’ from our lives.
Hilarious . . . [and] truly practical.
A self-help book for people who don’t do self-help books . . . stands out from the pack not only for its frank language and sense of humour, but also because it is about less in a culture of more.
In a world that seems to demand more of our time and attention every day—and makes us feel like we should apologize when we just don’t have enough—we could all benefit from a little schooling in the fine art of just ‘not giving a fuck.
The self-help equivalent of a Weird Al parody song. (That’s a compliment.)
A funny take on that very popular cleaning up book, but so much more. It’s about taking care of yourself and not giving a fuck what people think of your choices (but without being an asshole). Buy it. You won’t be disappointed.
This kind-of-genius parody of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up might actually change your life.
After reading this book cover-to-cover and compiling a list of ten things I don’t give a fuck about (Kanye West and exfoliation figured pretty highly), I realise how wonderfully liberating it is to stop apologising for things I’m not sorry about.
I love Knight’s book before I even start reading it.
Unashamedly funny, honest, and practical . . . You’ll learn how to shrug off debilitating things such as guilt, misguided obligation and shame, and embrace the things that really make you happy. And it makes you laugh. Bring it on!