DIY Rules for a WTF World
From the creator of the Pussyhat Project, which represents the Women's March and is the symbol of the Resistance, comes a manifesto for every woman to create her own distinct and original path to joy and success at impact.

DIY Rules for a WTF World Details

TitleDIY Rules for a WTF World
Author
ReleaseJan 16th, 2018
PublisherGrand Central Publishing
ISBN-139781538712337
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GenreNonfiction, Self Help

DIY Rules for a WTF World Review

  • Akello Stone
    January 1, 1970
    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really make an impact upon those around you - both those known to you and unknown. By the end of the book, Krista will feel like an old friend you just and lunch with!
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  • Molly
    January 1, 1970
    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is real, this is real , I remember saying out loud to myself on more than one occasion. So when I received a copy of this book for review consideration, I wasn't expecting to connect with it. But I did. Sure, it was the I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is real, this is real , I remember saying out loud to myself on more than one occasion. So when I received a copy of this book for review consideration, I wasn't expecting to connect with it. But I did. Sure, it was the kind of short form advice that I was used to reading on blogs, but I found I actually liked the weight of the book in my hands. And even though the constant references to the pussyhat project didn't resonate with me, I realized that for the author, that personal act of resistance becoming a nationwide phenomenon really did impact her life, and doesn't actually detract from her advice, which was very practical and did resonate. Her writing style is conversational and accessible.This is the perfect book to have on your nightstand for when you are needing a bit of inspiration, or solace, or perspective.
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  • Theresa
    January 1, 1970
    Book on feminism
  • Andrea
    January 1, 1970
    I love this book! Frankly, I win a lot of books through Goodreads...and most of them aren't that good. Then every once in awhile I'll come across a gem of a book. My test of a selfhelp book is, Did I learn anything new? Well I learned 5-10 new things just within the first couple chapters. Plus the book itself is visually pleasing to the eye and the author's easy breezy style is so engaging. It's like she's taking you aside and talking to you as a girlfriend.
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