The bestselling book everyone is talking about, revealing the surprising art of caring less and getting more.
'The best book I have read recently . . . Absolutely blinding. Read it. Do it' Daily Mail
'The anti-guru' Observer
Are you stressed out, overbooked and underwhelmed by life? Fed up with pleasing everyone else before you please yourself? 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.
With a bonus section on how to save your sanity over the holiday season, 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.
'I love Knight's book before I even start reading it' 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' Guardian
Get Your Sh*t Together - Sarah Knight's must-have follow up to The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k.
The best book I have read recently . . . Absolutely blinding. Read it. Do it — Liz Jones, Mail on Sunday
Life-affirming . . . The key practice she advocates is devising for yourself a "f**k budget" . . . It's a beautiful way of streamlining your psyche — Lucy Mangan, Guardian
I love Knight's book before I even start reading . . . the book works a charm
— Sunday Times Magazine
Genius — Cosmopolitan
Her book wooed me with this line: "Hot yoga? Don't give a downard f***!" She has some frank advice . . . Bite me off a piece of that, I think — Style, Sunday Times
Yes, it's a parody of a cult book . . . but it's something more, too. Knight acknowledges the overwhelmingness of the modern world in a different way to many before her — Guardian
Changed my life. To this day, I think about how it schooled me in the fine art of giving less f*cks about people (and party invites) who don't really matter to me, and saving my precious time and energy for those who do. I wasn't alone - the book became an international bestseller — Vogue
My new saviour . . . hilarious — Psychologies
This kind-of-genius parody of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up might actually change your life — Women's Health
Light relief . . . thoroughly modern self-help book — Independent on Sunday
After reading this book cover-to-cover and compiling a list of ten things I don't give a f*** about (Kanye West and exfoliation figured pretty highly), I realise how wonderfully liberating it is to stop apologising for things I'm not sorry about — Red
Unashamedly funny, honest and practical book . . . sounds pretty darn tempting to us . . . And it makes you laugh. Bring it on! — Heat
[A] mix of Oprah Winfrey-style mantras and Amy Schumer-esque obscenities — Elle
Self-help with an edge — Vogue
A funny take on that very popular cleaning up book, but so much more. It's about taking care of yourself and not giving a f*ck what people think of your choices (but without being an a**hole). This book is kicking ass all over bestseller lists. Buy it. You won't be disappointed — Jen Kirkman
This year's must-read [self-help] title — Katie Glass, The Sun
The self-help equivalent of a Weird Al parody song. (That's a compliment.) — Molly Young, The New York Times Book Review
Hilarious and liberating — Fashion Me Now
There are some really genius life lessons to be learnt, such as ditching "bikini body" guilt and embracing the NotSorry Method. — Elle Australia
The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F--k stands out from the self-help pack not only for its frank language and sense of humour, but also because it is about less in a culture of more. — Nicole Elphick, Daily Life
Perfect for any woman who's finding the festive season a bit too much — The Sun
Highly amusing — Mslexia
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
The missing life manual that everyone should get at birth. It should be required reading in school . . . Sarah Knight is like a modern-day Mary Poppins for mental clutter . . . And her spoonful of sugar is her wicked sense of humour. Every household needs her . . . or at least a copy of her book . . . Outstanding — How to GYST