The Worrier's Guide to Life
If you're floundering in life, striking out in love, struggling to pay the rent, and worried about it all -- you're in luck! World Champion Worrier and Expert Insomniac Gemma Correll is here to assure you that it could be much, much worse.In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll... show more
If you're floundering in life, striking out in love, struggling to pay the rent, and worried about it all -- you're in luck! World Champion Worrier and Expert Insomniac Gemma Correll is here to assure you that it could be much, much worse.In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it, including The Dystopian Zodiac, Reward Stickers for Grown-Ups, Palm Reading for Millennials, and a Map of the Introvert's Heart. For all you fellow agonizers, fretters, and nervous wrecks, this book is for you. Read it and weep...with laughter
Publish date: 2015-05-26
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
Gemma Correll draws witty, sometimes snarky, cartoons about the things that go on in a women's head, especially a woman that is a worrier (like me). She pokes fun at the emotional - and sometimes just plain silly - things that we do. Some of them I found cute, some of them made me smirk, but others ...
This didn't really feel like a worrier's guide to life, but far more as an introvert guide to life, and in that aspect, I think it was a good guide. It was at least filled with a lot of very recognizable situations that I really enjoyed reading. I'd never heard of the writer or her comics before, ...
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.I will be honest, I have, until yesterday (3 April 2015), never heard of this artist. In the back of the book she talks about a shirt with pugs that people are probably sick of. I just did a search, and sorry, I don’t recognize your...
The Worrier's Guide to Life was a quick and quirky read. While at times I found myself pushing to get through, overall it was an okay read. I mainly had a problem with the fact that the title does not fit the book. Yes, at times there are items related to anxiety and introversionbut that was only a ...