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How to Be a Grown-Up Paperback – 6 Apr 2017
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I really, really, really could have done with Daisy Buchanan in my twenties. (Bryony Gordon)
Her humour and honesty never fail to make me laugh, cry and feel less alone. (Dolly Alderton)
For anyone struggling with all this growing up nonsense. (The Pool)
Wonderful! So funny and sparkly. Every woman should read it. (Marian Keyes)
Daisy's witty tone and incredibly relatable anecdotes will have you laughing out loud. (New Magazine)
Her painfully honest, hilarious anecdotes make you feel in good company. (Stylist Magazine)
Daisy Buchanan has penned an essential read for every twentysomething - and it's turned in to our go-to guide for adulthood meltdowns. (Look Magazine)
Honest, funny, full of good advice, but above all kind. (Red Magazine Online)
This is a fun, feisty book and reading Buchanan is like listening to that friend we all have who gives stellar life advice. (Stylist Online)
A smart and witty book for a confident, laughter-filled life.See all Product description
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Full of chatty, thoughtful, and LOL essays on the lessons Daisy has learned in life so far, How to Be A Grown Up could also be titled: HEY IT’S NOT JUST YOU. With entries on her experiences with her mental health, body image, money management, sex, clothes, and just about all those other things you’re definitely Googling hoping you got it right or just flat out pretending don’t exist, How to Be A Grown Up is an ideal primer for late teens and early twenty somethings, a really great shoulder to cry on for late twentysomethings, and a knowing look for readers who have been through it all already.
In addition to recounting her experiences, Daisy’s book includes anecdotes from friends and colleagues, and short, doable, very scan-print-and-hang-by-your-mirror-able tips for getting through those classic growing pains of your twenties. It was just a pure delight, and the kindest, most comforting book I’ve read in a long, long time.
Daisy is like the Big Sister who could have sat me down and say "Look this is how life is going to be, all those other people they're coping as they go along too"
My only complaint ? I wish it had been out 15/20 years ago
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Not bad but ultimately didn't enjoy this one as much as I expected. May or may not read more by this author.