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The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k Paperback – 12 Jan 2016
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Sarah Knight is the author of Get Your Sh*t Together, The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k - an international bestseller translated into fifteen languages and counting - and her new book You Do You, publishing in November 2017. Her TEDx talk 'The Magic of Not Giving a F*ck' has had over two million views. Her work has appeared in major print and online publications. After quitting her corporate job in New York to start a freelance career, she now resides in the Dominican Republic with her husband and a sh*tload of lizards.
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The frequent use of the four-letter profanity added nothing but interruption and distraction. The 'advice" espoused by the author, Sarah Knight, was trite and underwhelming. You would find better wisdom from the bloke propping up the bar in your local late on a Saturday night.
So I recommend that "you spend your time, energy and money on the things that really matter" (to quote the author) and don't bother reading this book.
It's written light, easy to read, and interesting at the same time. Even all the fuxx don't change the fact that it is a good book
BUT! It offers some very useful life skills and if you just take away a few ideas, it is already well worth the money. My favourite bit was how to shake off stangers / friends asking for donations towards some obscure charity and fundraising.
The only reason I won't give 5 stars is because the word F*** is used just SO much that it loses its impact. Initially it's a dangerous and exhilarating read, but by half-way through I found myself desperately craving fresh language. I totally back writers who swear/curse to get their point across to a modern audience, but this at times felt repetitive.
Saying that, I won't lose sleep over it, because I've decided not to give a F***. Great book. Highly recommended.