Get your sh*t together by Sarah Knight | Book Review

The no-f*cks-given, no-holds-barred guide to living your best life 

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.

“Genius.” – Cosmopolitan
“Self-help to swear by.” – The Boston Globe
“Hilarious [and] truly practical.” – Booklist


A breath of fresh air, coming from a TED talker who knows exactly what she wants. This book states the fact that it doesn’t come with steps to guide you to your not giving a shit journey but I swear it helps tremendously.

This book comes with loads of examples of how not to, coming straight from the author’s experience which is amazing, it also touches the subject of procrastination – a battle we as humans didn’t conquer yet… But will! I believe in us!

The book is quite short and it hits you hard from the beginning, the author doesn’t want to manage us because we should really knew by now what to give a shit about. But most importantly we should had known the things we don’t give a shit about. A book of self help, about the motivation to be better, to make only the important decisions and how to get rid of idiots in a more friendlier way 😀

There is one chapter all about emails and how to get rid of numerous tons of emails from your inbox which bored me, not gonna lie… Where I live the whole email thing isn’t that big as it is in the States but I kind of resonated with what she was saying but not really.

This book was helpful in many ways but sometimes whilst reading it it felt like a chore and sometimes it bored the hell out of me. I’m currently confused… it was a good book with good examples like a practic book, a great one though? No, not really but it does motivate you a little 🙂






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