Sarah Knight's first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck, has been published in more than twenty languages, and her TEDx talk, "The Magic of Not Giving a Fuck," has more than four million views. All of the books in her No Fucks Given Guides series have been international bestsellers, including Get Your Shit Together, which was on the New York Times bestseller list for sixteen weeks. Her writing has also appeared in Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, Red, Refinery29, and elsewhere. After quitting her corporate job to pursue a freelance life, she moved from Brooklyn, New York, to the Dominican Republic, where she currently resides with her husband, two feral rescue cats, and a shitload of lizards. You can learn more and sign up for her newsletter at nofucksgivenguides.com, follow Sarah on Twitter and Instagram @MCSnugz, and follow the books @NoFucksGivenGuides (Facebook and Instagram) and @NoFucksGiven (Twitter).
For practical and sweary self-help advice with no bloody lectures, Sarah Knight is the bollocks -- Brigid Moss * The Pool * The missing life manual that everyone should get at birth. It should be required reading in school . . . Sarah Knight is like a modern-day Mary Poppins for mental clutter . . . And her spoonful of sugar is her wicked sense of humour. Every household needs her . . . or at least a copy of her book . . . Outstanding * How to GYST * Highly amusing * Mslexia * Perfect for any woman who's finding the festive season a bit too much * The Sun * The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F--k stands out from the self-help pack not only for its frank language and sense of humour, but also because it is about less in a culture of more. -- Nicole Elphick * Daily Life * There are some really genius life lessons to be learnt, such as ditching "bikini body" guilt and embracing the NotSorry Method. * Elle Australia * Hilarious and liberating * Fashion Me Now * The self-help equivalent of a Weird Al parody song. (That's a compliment.) -- Molly Young * The New York Times Book Review * This year's must-read [self-help] title -- Katie Glass * The Sun * A funny take on that very popular cleaning up book, but so much more. It's about taking care of yourself and not giving a f*ck what people think of your choices (but without being an a**hole). This book is kicking ass all over bestseller lists. Buy it. You won't be disappointed -- Jen Kirkman Self-help with an edge * Vogue * [A] mix of Oprah Winfrey-style mantras and Amy Schumer-esque obscenities * Elle * Unashamedly funny, honest and practical book . . . sounds pretty darn tempting to us . . . And it makes you laugh. Bring it on! * Heat * After reading this book cover-to-cover and compiling a list of ten things I don't give a f*** about (Kanye West and exfoliation figured pretty highly), I realise how wonderfully liberating it is to stop apologising for things I'm not sorry about * Red * Light relief . . . thoroughly modern self-help book * Independent on Sunday * This kind-of-genius parody of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up might actually change your life * Women's Health * My new saviour . . . hilarious * Psychologies * Changed my life. To this day, I think about how it schooled me in the fine art of giving less f*cks about people (and party invites) who don't really matter to me, and saving my precious time and energy for those who do. I wasn't alone - the book became an international bestseller * Vogue * Yes, it's a parody of a cult book . . . but it's something more, too. Knight acknowledges the overwhelmingness of the modern world in a different way to many before her * Guardian * Her book wooed me with this line: "Hot yoga? Don't give a downard f***!" She has some frank advice . . . Bite me off a piece of that, I think * Style, Sunday Times * Genius * Cosmopolitan * I love Knight's book before I even start reading . . . the book works a charm * Sunday Times Magazine * Life-affirming . . . The key practice she advocates is devising for yourself a "f**k budget" . . . It's a beautiful way of streamlining your psyche -- Lucy Mangan * Guardian * Every woman's handbook * Evening Standard * The best book I have read recently . . . Absolutely blinding. Read it. Do it -- Liz Jones * Mail on Sunday * This book will help you redefine what really matters * Stylist *