You Do You

You Do You

In The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k, our favourite 'anti-guru' Sarah Knight unleashed the power of saying no. In Get Your Sh*t Together, she prioritised the sh*t you need and want to do so you can achieve your hopes and dreams. Now she's back, doubling down on your happiness with her latest message: You Do You. Being yourself should be the easiest thing in the w In The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k, our favourite 'anti-guru' Sarah Knight unleashed the power of saying...

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Title:You Do You
Author:Sarah Knight
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1787470439
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

You Do You Reviews

  • Zarina
    Feb 17, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

  • Megan
    Jun 28, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

  • Diana
    Jan 03, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

  • Sue Smith
    May 18, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

  • Jacqueline
    Jan 23, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

  • Ada-Marie
    Apr 01, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

  • Kat
    Feb 15, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

  • Silas
    Jun 07, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

  • Deah
    May 02, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

  • Heidi The Hippie Reader
    Jan 30, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

  • Amanda
    Jul 02, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

    This is a great book to take back your time, life, and freedom. I tried explaining the book to someone else and they called me selfish. I told them to read the book and then talk to me. It will make you look at situations in a whole new light. ...

    I suppose this book found me at the exact moment I needed it. I am one of those people who won't believe in themselves until someone else tells me that they believe in me. So Sarah Knight's advice of You Do You, wrapped up in perfectly amazing humor, was the motivation I needed to get ...

    I don?t think this book was a good match for me. It might work well for someone else but it didn?t speak to me. ...

  • KABUDI "Obamaniac" Tumi
    Jan 05, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

  • Christina
    Nov 21, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

  • Diane
    Dec 06, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

  • Aims
    Nov 25, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

  • Rose
    Mar 25, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

  • Katie (katieladyreads)
    Jan 09, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

  • Angie Dokos
    Jun 19, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

  • Kylie ward
    Jan 13, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

  • Laura Rash
    Nov 17, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

  • Sarah L.
    Mar 19, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

    This is a great book to take back your time, life, and freedom. I tried explaining the book to someone else and they called me selfish. I told them to read the book and then talk to me. It will make you look at situations in a whole new light. ...

    I suppose this book found me at the exact moment I needed it. I am one of those people who won't believe in themselves until someone else tells me that they believe in me. So Sarah Knight's advice of You Do You, wrapped up in perfectly amazing humor, was the motivation I needed to get ...

  • Francesca
    Jan 12, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

    This is a great book to take back your time, life, and freedom. I tried explaining the book to someone else and they called me selfish. I told them to read the book and then talk to me. It will make you look at situations in a whole new light. ...

    I suppose this book found me at the exact moment I needed it. I am one of those people who won't believe in themselves until someone else tells me that they believe in me. So Sarah Knight's advice of You Do You, wrapped up in perfectly amazing humor, was the motivation I needed to get ...

    I don?t think this book was a good match for me. It might work well for someone else but it didn?t speak to me. ...

    ...but at least it was funny ...

  • Kim
    May 17, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

  • Leslie
    Jan 12, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

  • Castle Spooktacular
    Nov 30, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

  • Rebecca Viner
    Dec 12, 2017

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

  • Emma
    Mar 19, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

    This is a great book to take back your time, life, and freedom. I tried explaining the book to someone else and they called me selfish. I told them to read the book and then talk to me. It will make you look at situations in a whole new light. ...

    I suppose this book found me at the exact moment I needed it. I am one of those people who won't believe in themselves until someone else tells me that they believe in me. So Sarah Knight's advice of You Do You, wrapped up in perfectly amazing humor, was the motivation I needed to get ...

    I don?t think this book was a good match for me. It might work well for someone else but it didn?t speak to me. ...

    ...but at least it was funny ...

    3.5 stars, because I didn't love this book as much as I enjoyed Sarah Knight's previous books, but overall it wasn't a bad book. If I was going to reference her books for future inspiration/reminders/tips, this wouldn't be my first choice, but I still found it to be uniquely encouragin...

  • Boradicus
    Apr 14, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

  • Cameron
    Jun 18, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...

    I?ve just finished reading You Do You (Sarah?s third book) and LOVED it as much as the others. It was just the reminder I needed and was such a true reflection of today?s society and the reality of the judgements we face every day. This book even got me singing when I stopped at ...

    As far as self improvement books go, this is one of my favorites. It's funny, simple, to the point, with great advice on how to do what makes you happy and why it's ok to put yourself first and stop caring about what other people think. I especially related to the rant about people who...

    Enjoyable, funny, and had some good nuggets of advice. ...

    An easy read that didn't take me long to skim through, because honestly, I am awesome at being me and have it nailed pretty well. ...

    This book definitely deserves a 4 ?. If 2018 is your year of AUTHENTICITY AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE, this is the book to read. Without a doubt, Sarah Knight authentically shares the best life lessons of you being yourself. This "anti-guru" ? talks of various social norms that made most ...

    You do you. When I first started as a published author (instead of a closet writer), I needed a lot of handholding. With my first bad review, I?d tearfully text one of my close friends that ?THEY DON?T LIKE IT! SO THEY DON?T LIKE MEEEEEEEEE.? When someone said something me...

    FANTASTIC!. Constantly on a quest to being the most authentic and best version of myself. The author really gets it and is SUPER FUNNY! ...

    I'm a big fan of Sarah Knight's books. Well, I'm actually just a big fan of Sarah Knight. I love her TED talk, her tweets, her writing style, her sense of humor, and her newsletters. So when I saw that she had a new book coming out, I could not WAIT to read it! And when Netgalley sent ...

    **I received a copy of this book from Little Brown and Company for review** Part ?Return of the Jedi?, part ?Return of the King?, this book nicely rounds out her ?No Fucks Given? trilogy in a way that fans will truly appreciate. Once again, I finished Sarah Knight?s...

    Sarah Knight is known for her no-nonsense anti-guru books and while this is the first one by her hand I've picked up it most certainly won't be the last. I loved her blunt writing style in which she gets to the point of what she's trying to convey without holding back at all. Her words...

    This book was excellent. I read (well listened to) all three of her books in a period of about a week and a half because I couldn't put them down and I just wanted more. This was the last one I got through. I highly recommend it. The It's OK to be Selfish advice was really good advi...

    I was not familiar with this author before checking this out. If I were, I probably would have saved myself the effort. I avoided her previous books because I could tell they wouldn't be my cup of tea from the profanity in the title. This time, it wasn't in the title, but was still all...

    I liked the overall message of this book, and its theme of being authentic. I once knew someone that wanted me to be friends with one of her acquaintances, because that acquaintance "needed" a friend. I didn't really like the idea, but I had no problem with giving it a try. Soon, it be...

    The weakest link of the trilogy to be sure but still with an important message that everyone needs to remember - there is no real right way out there, just do the best you can, be a good person, treat others how you would like to be treated, don't be a 'Judgy McJudgerson' (liked that t...

    Initial thoughts: not what I expected, but definitely a great read! It's really helped me to see someone else's opinion on how to live life, and what's okay/not okay in modern society and which unspoken rules shouldn't be followed. ??????????????????...

    3.5 stars this book was a good read. I liked most of the advice in this book. Sometime I found the humour miss placed and I didn?t find some parts particularly helpful. I still would recommend this book to read. ...

    A cute little audiobook that makes you think about how much we judge ourselves and each other, and how we really should just be US and own it!! A good shot of encouragement and self motivation! ...

    This is a great book to take back your time, life, and freedom. I tried explaining the book to someone else and they called me selfish. I told them to read the book and then talk to me. It will make you look at situations in a whole new light. ...

  • Jenb16
    Jan 11, 2018

    The self-styled "anti-guru" Sarah Knight adds another volume to her quirky, profanity-laden self-help series with You Do You. The focus, as you can guess from the title, is the art of allowing your authentic self to shine through without feeling guilt or being so far out of the soci...

    As always, Sarah Knight gives realistic advice with a grand sense of fucking humor! I always walk away from reading her books with my head held a little higher & my middle finger ready to extend to those who don?t like the choices I make to improve me! Thanks to Little Brown &a...

    I did enjoy this book but essentially it is full of very bad advice that I want to take, especially around Christmas and baby shower season. Haha! I could write this exact same book myself if I too could pack up my entire life and move to the Dominican Republic. Pretty easy to get out ...

    Eh this felt to me like a long winded stand-up comedy routine that continually referenced points made in her two previous books but in between all that she did make some insightful points about ?letting your freak flag fly? ...

    Not only good advice, but hilarious. I don?t agree with everything she says, and some people will hate all the cussing, but it was enjoyable to me. Very entertaining, and encouraging. ...

    I didn't like this book at all. I felt like it was written by someone who forgot to mature when they became an adult. Too shallow, no substance, and part of the problem. This book makes people think the world revolves around them and what the do and say doesn't matter at all. Two many ...

    I listened to this because I was too tired to read since I was sick all week and therefore I might have missed the point. I don't think I need a "you do you" lesson, because I've never really had a problem with being my own person. I'm a bookworm, who loves electro swing, will (lite...

    I typically like reading a motivational self-help book in January. I just found this soooo basic. There was absolutely nothing new that the title of the cover doesn?t cover. Very mehhhhhhh. ...