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What to Do About Everything: A Manual for Domestic Life Paperback – 1 Mar 2011
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For a billion reasons, domestic life seems much more stressful than it used to. Aside from spending more time than ever at work, we've got emails, mobile phones, Facebook, exes, other halves, the hunt for said 'other halves', pets, children, global warming, carbs and reruns of Friends to contend with. Gulp.
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21 January 2018
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Glad I got a second hand copy and paid very little.The advice in it is what every adult person already knows ie how to keep a house clean and other very childish advice that if you really need someone to advise you, you should not be let loose in a house on your own and perhaps should still be living with mummy.
5 March 2011
I heard about this book when the author was interviewed on Women's Hour(BBC Radio 4). I thought it would make a good present for a girlfriend who is about to get married. It arrived, I had a quick flick through and then couldn't put it down. Its full of practical and thought provoking advice, which I kind of expected. I didn't expect it to be funny, honest and such an entertaining read. I'm keeping a copy for myself and also thinking of buying one for a male friend who is going through a divorce. If he can master the contents, I don't think that he will be alone for very long!
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8 March 2011
I read about this book in YOU magazine a couple of weeks ago so went out and bought a copy. Love the writing style and was surprised to find I read it from cover to cover, rather than dipping in and out of chapters. The advice is spot on - pragmatic, relevant and very, very amusing.
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31 March 2011
I bought this book for a friend's 30th birthday after hearing the author interviewed on Woman's Hour. I have now bought three more copies for three more friends and one for myself. No one will be getting any thing else for their birthday this year. This book is fascinating, practical and laugh out loud hilarious. You have to read it.