By Alexis Stewart, Jennifer Koppelman Hutt
An exuberantly, hilariously irreverent advisor to existence from the hosts of no matter what with Alexis and Jennifer and no matter what, Martha!
No one tells it love it is kind of just like the no matter what duo of Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt. Now they proportion their colourful observation and edgy good judgment on each element of existence, from foodstuff and consuming ("Does chatting with Pop truffles suggest You're Crazy?") to model and grooming ("The satan Wore Palazzo Pants") to cleansing and organizing ("Not a Hoarder, nonetheless a Slob"). You'll see it's ok to not degree as much as perfectionistic criteria of habit and success at domestic, at paintings, and in relationships. when you point with your self and loosen up, existence should be happier--and a hell of much more fun.
- Tackles crucial existence issues--including intercourse and courting, weight reduction and physique matters, marriage and relationships, cooking and kitchenphobia, and more
- Shares Alexis and Jennifer's outrageously humorous and sincere tales and unusually necessary advice
- Reveals Alexis and Jennifer's inner most, darkest character quirks
- Shows the significance of self-acceptance, entire honesty, and a depraved experience of humor
So what if you're now not perfect--whatever! Get the real-deal recommendation of Alexis and Jennifer in Whateverland. It's certainly no longer your mother's self-help e-book.
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Whateverland: Learning to Live Here by Alexis Stewart, Jennifer Koppelman Hutt