lauraa06's review

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The perfect balance of hilarious and insightful, and reminiscent of Nora Ephron at her best. Not every essay hits the mark, but the ones that do are bullseyes.I could relate to so much, even though we live vastly different lives. Also, I want to be her friend.

sleeson's review

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All I can say is good thing she started the first chapter the way she did. I laughed so hard reading it. The rest just went downhill for me. I didn’t understand the point of the book.
The whole “making fun of myself and body” before anyone else does is getting so old. Why do women feel like they have to beat people to the punchline by making themselves and their insecurities a big joke? Not my cup of tea.