The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k - Sarah Knight

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

By Sarah Knight

  • Release Date: 2015-12-31
  • Genre: Self Help
Score: 4
From 174 Ratings


bestselling book everyone is talking about, revealing the surprising art of caring less and getting more.

Are you stressed out, overbooked and underwhelmed by life? Fed up with pleasing everyone else before you please yourself? Finding it hard working from home? Then it's time to stop giving a f**k.

This irreverent and practical book explains how to rid yourself of unwanted obligations, shame, and guilt - and give your f**ks instead to people and things that make you happy. From family dramas to having a bikini body, the simple 'NotSorry Method' for mental decluttering will help you unleash the power of not giving a f**k and will free you to spend your time, energy and money on the things that really matter.

'The anti-guru' Observer

'Absolutely blinding. Read it. Do it.' Mail on Sunday

'Genius' Cosmopolitan

'I love Knight's book even before I start reading . . . Works a charm' Sunday Times Magazine

'Life-affirming . . . The key practice she advocates is devising for yourself a "fuck budget" . . . It's a beautiful way of streamlining your psyche' Lucy Mangan, Guardian


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  • Shallow, padded out with anecdotal nonsense and blank pages to make a list

    By CaRDiaK_
    This book could have been 75% shorter and still made the same point. Too much anecdotal content that servers little purpose beyond making the (short) book longer. Also contains pages and pages of lines for you to fill in all the things you no longer wish to care about, again, I’m convinced used to increase page count. Use the money on something more profound like “The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F***” which is much better written and is far more thought provoking and applicable than this. I even think this was written in haste to cash in on the success of the aforementioned title, now a best seller. Avoid this one.
  • It’s Okay.

    By Firstdirectsortitoutpls
    Okay in theory. Kind of gets a bit repetitive. The Joosr guide to this would be a paragraph.
  • Funny

    By .+*Unicorn_lover*+.
    It’s funny
  • Lovely book

    By MacPaladini
    Life changing book, with lots of great advices for your daily life. The author mentions far too many times the F word (probably 5-10 times each page, not really necessary), but...hey...I guess she doesn’t give a F. Great book anyway!
  • Typos

    By Nickinvincible
    Enjoyable book but way, way too many typos.
  • Errors errors errors

    By Yowgirl1
    Shocking amount of errors and typos contained within this book making it at times difficult to read. Cannot have been proofread before being uploaded to this platform, I can't help but imagine the hard copy is NOT like this. Not sure I can continue reading, do yourself a favour, save the £6.99 & wait a few extra days to read a hard copy.
  • Couldn’t finish this

    By Heather Bearz
    Concept interesting - execution poor.
  • Who was in charge of proofreading?!?

    By Allthenicknemesaretaken
    The basic content of this book is amusing and makes some good points, however, the sheer amount of typos and spelling glitches detracts from the content. I'm no English professor but the volume and scale of typos in this are unacceptable for a saleable book and someone should have picked them up.