Get Your Sh*t Together is a basic, yet fun and profanity filled method for sorting out anything you need to in your life, from little day-to-day things to big life changing stuff. This is the second ‘not’ self-help book from anti-guru Sarah Knight, whose first book The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k not only gave the world a fun reprieve from having discussions with spatulas about whether they deserved to stay in their kitchen drawer – it also taught swearword-tolerant folks how to do some mental de-cluttering.
The goal of mental de-cluttering is to help people discard the obligations and events, etc., that take up precious brain bandwidth in order to make room for spending time, energy and money exactly how they wish. This second book takes the next step of demonstrating just how to do that – and it essentially boils down to always remembering three things – your keys, phone and wallet. Knight’s theory is that with a strategy (keys), focus (phone) and commitment (wallet), anyone can get their shit together. After giving the gist of this theory, the following chapters cover: small shit (day-to-day), tough shit (‘adulting’) and deep shit (mental health, big life changes).
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