ARE YOU READY TO MAKE THE WORLD A BRIGHTER AND MORE SPARKLY PLACE?
Everybody has the wrong idea about Princesses. Sure, we dress like superstars and rarely have to buy our own drinks, but we’re not divas. (Life’s too short to throw a tantrum because a barista spelled your name wrong.)
In this entertaining and insightful book, Rosie Blythe offers a fresh perspective on what it means to be a powerful woman in the 21st century. Discover the intriguing secrets of the Princess life:
•How to dress for maximum impact – and why stylists get it wrong
•6 types of toxic people and the surprising strategies you can use to deal with them
•How to make Valentine’s Day amazing when you’re single
•Budgeting so you can afford the wardrobe of your dreams
•How to use celebrity tricks to create a sexy aura of mystery and avoid answering questions you hate
•Why dependence on your phone is sabotaging your friendships
•How to make your home look stunning and feel inviting (even when it’s smaller than your cubicle at work)
•What nobody ever tells you about getting ahead in your career
•How to get what you want while convincing everyone you’re adorable
Packed full of smart (and sneaky) tips and clear, practical advice, this is the ultimate guide to living life beautifully… graciously…joyfully…. like a Princess.
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Rosie Blythe lives in London (hence all those crazy British spellings) and when she’s not writing, works as a stylist in television and film. She is the author of The Princess Guide to Life series, self-help aimed at smart, sassy women (and fabulous men).
She says: “I’ve always enjoyed self-help books – everything from dating manuals to spiritual advice – and I wanted to write something that was genuinely helpful but also fun and light-hearted. I was tired of reading the kind of faux-empowerment you get in women’s magazines where they tell you to be confident, and then on the next page they have tips for hiding your thighs! I wanted to encourage my readers to have fun with their lives, be bold enough to set boundaries in their relationships with other people, and to be aware of the positive impact they can make on the world around them. The best compliment I’ve had was when a reader said that my book was her “comfort-read” and it made her feel ready to take on the world – that’s exactly what I set out to achieve.”