Five Minute Review: I Know What I’m Doing

One of my aims for the year is to average a book a week, making that 52 in total. I want to capture at least some of them here, as I believe reading and learning is a key facet to mindfulness and living in a fulfilled way. But hey, we’ve all got busy lives. So in that vein, here’s your five-minute book review!

If I had to describe I Know What I’m Doing in five words, it would be:

Exactly what I needed to hear!


Jen Kirkman is a comedian who’s going through a divorce. She acts like she’s got her shit together, but like most of us, feels like she’s faking it at least 99% of the time. Part autobiography, part ridiculous-things-that-happened-to-me, this book was the perfect palate cleanser, and made me feel so much better about the very slight catastrophe that is my twentysomething life.

Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes!!

Marks out of 10: 8

This concludes the review.

What should be the next book on my list? 

Lots of love,



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