The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k: Christmas Edition

The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F k Christmas Edition None

  • Title: The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k: Christmas Edition
  • Author: Sarah Knight
  • ISBN: 9781786481887
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k: Christmas Edition”

    1. I listened to this for a while, then realized I was already doing most of the stuff in the author's suggestions. I am now 65 and have zero fucks to give.

    2. A solid 3.5 I think. There's actually quite a lot of sense and good advice in this book, all couched in a f*ckload of swears This helps, as inner child is happy & giggling at all the swears, whilst actually getting good advice. This will surely help the aforementioned advice sink in. Probably The short of it boils down to the question - 'is it worth it'? A lot of times, it probably isn't, so 'let it go' (I don't recall Elsa swearing quite so much, but maybe that'll come in the reboot.Anyway, [...]

    3. Leżała na półce w knajpce i przeczytałam ją w niecałą godzinę nad herbatą. Kilka ważnych idei utopionych w morzu lania wody i gadania o niczym. Meh.

    4. Sarah's writing style feels more like a convo with a wise (and somewhat cynical) friend.I need to go back and go over the exercises more, because while I was keen at the start to do the week, by the time it was becoming bed-time reading I found it a bit harder to justify pen and paper under the covers.Read this if, like me, you feel like you're giving too much time and energy to things that just don't make you come alive and in turn you wake up some days feeling a little dead.

    5. On the other hand, many of Ms. Knight's observations seem self-explanatory and I have been using many of them for several years myself. On the other hand, she brings up good points that I have never thought of before or things that I know I should consider more. Like not being a jerk when not giving a f*ck. (Sorry summer-people, I promise to be more polite in the future).It is true, the less time you allocate to things you do not give a f*ck about and give that time to things you do care about, [...]

    6. First, I caution the reader to be prepared for a LOT of F* words! About halfway through I grew tired of seeing that word in print so often! It became both ineffective and offensive. Having said that, the concepts are thoughtful and very helpful. There are many nuggets of wisdom that can be directly applied to real life. Despite her use of the F word, the book is positive and talk as much about kindness and consideration for others as it does finding boundaries for yourself. It is definitely wort [...]

    7. So, I don’t mind swears. In fact, for some reason, the abundance of them in a book based off Marie Kondo’s delicate tidying book, just makes me smile. This talks about your F budget, the things you need to stop giving an F about, and how not to be an asshole while doing it. (F’s are bleeped because some people really hate that word. This book is not for those people. Trust me.) I read this in audio and the narrator is absolutely delightful. Terrific life bookif you don’t mind swears.

    8. another audio book to listen to in the car. really enjoyed it and once you get over all the swearing - tho I do some all the time it got annoying so much in in the audio, I really enjoyed the tools here ha-ha and things have stuck in my head as to basically not worry so much about what people think of me in so many aspects in life x thanks x

    9. Zero stars. Yes, I realise there is profanity in the title, but I was still shocked by the vulgarness of this book. This book just talks in circles and doesn't actually say anything or give any useful information. Basically, it's just a gimmick.

    10. Wished I could have given a zero. Not worth the $.99 cents I paid to download. But maybe a 10 minute read max. Should have called it a blog not a book. Good news or bad, it will keep me from reading her other books, which have been recommended.

    11. Felt like she went a little too far out of her way to swear and push the reader's buttons, but she makes some good points.

    12. Witty and fun to read, with some really helpful mental exercises. The end was a bit rambly, though.

    13. I LOVED this book! The title on first glance gives you the impression that the author will be bitchy, but this couldn't be further from the truth. The book basically teaches you how to be assertive without being an asshole. Will definitely read it again!

    14. Overly repetitive. Could have been condensed to a 1/3 of the size and still conveyed the same message. In a similar vein to 'Don't Sweat the Small Stuff' - only garnering more attention for the use of the 'f' word. Mediocre self-help aggrandisement at its best.

    15. In a second language, this kind of swearing is actually funny; I quite like it. But I have to admit I kind of practiced her method even before I read it. But the "Don't be an asshole" advice is something I have to think about

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