Simply Wonderwoman: A survival guide for women with too much to do Hardcover – Illustrated, 13 Oct 2011
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'BBC news presenter, wife and mother-of-three Joanna Gosling has unlocked the secret of keeping home and work life stress-free and running smoothly.' Mail on Sunday's YOU Magazine
'Instead of losing the will to live, I felt full of inspiration.' The Lady
'Helpful, witty and full of clever tips, it will make you look differently at the everyday drudgery of chores.' Best
'A brilliant new manual for modern living.' Mail on Sunday's YOU Magazine
'If life came with an instruction manual this smart book would surely be the supplied guide.... This is one book that just might change your life, if only in small ways.' Australian Women's Weekly
'A stylish reference book, perfect for dipping into for inspiration on ways to make life run more smoothly - isn't that something we all dream of?' --Families Magazine
About the Author
Joanna is a journalist, broadcaster and mother of three daughters. She has worked as a broadcast journalist for twenty years. She is a well-known face on BBC Television News, as the main evening anchor on the BBC's News Channel and occasional presenter on BBC1. This is Joanna's first book. She wrote it after deciding she'd spent too long feeling like her head was full and it was time to get a strategy for coping with a busy life to allow her time to indulge in her passion for creativity and making. Her mantra is 'Minimum effort, maximum return.'
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Top Customer Reviews
Joanna Gosling is a rising star of breakfast television. She has an equally successful husband, a gorgeous house in a very swanky part of London, and three highly decorative children. (I know all this because they feature liberally in the glossy magazine interviews Gosling has given to publicise this book).
Instead of sitting back and appreciating this rather embarrassing excess of good fortune, Gosling has decided to tempt the big left hook of fate by showing off her wonderful lifestyle in this very nicely designed but otherwise utterly pointless book.
Ostensibly, 'Wonderwoman' is a book of handy hints. These are haphazardly organised, poorly written, and universally culled from the pages of Google and Mumsnet; if you think they are worth the £17.99 cover price, you are clearly too daft to be left alone in the house, never mind be expected to run it.
Here are some of Joanna's gems:
* Forget sewing in nametapes, use a fabric pen!
* Radiators dusty? Buy a radiator brush!
* Want to protect your sofa? Cover it with a blanket!
* Got stainless steel appliances? Use baby oil to polish them!
Alongside these new frontiers in the bleeding obvious, Gosling has included the obligatory craft projects.Read more ›
It is a lovely book to handle and I have already earmarked young and old who will be receiving this for Christmas.
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Excellent quality, arrived quickly, great price. Will use again.Published 19 months ago by Karen Cole
Brilliant book full of great ideas. Ideal present for female friends for birthdays or Christmas.Published 23 months ago by A Smith
I bought this book for a present, but when i looked into it, i found that i needed it for me.Published on 27 Jan. 2014 by steve
I'd read about this book in 'You' (Mail On Sunday) magazine and bought it as a gift. Actually the content doesn't extend far beyond what was in the magazine article as the book is... Read morePublished on 3 Aug. 2013 by Wendy
A friend bought me this book and I've gone on to buy it for two other friends - for their first brithday's after getting married. Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2013 by Fiona Counsell
I got it for my daughter who does not seem to have a lot of time to do all the things she would likePublished on 28 Mar. 2013 by mother hen
My friend told me about this book and I have found some of the tips easy and very worthwile to doPublished on 15 Feb. 2013 by Lisa Fish