How to buy jeans that fit. Thirty-seven things to have in your kitchen cupboard. Tiny acts for mental health. How to support a friend going through IVF. Why bad boys are an absolute waste of your time. How to cope with working mum guilt
This smart guide will help you navigate modern life, enabling you to save money and time. Sali Hughes offers striking good sense on: home; food and drink, fashion; health and beauty; life and finances; friends, relationships and family.
From useful, everyday tips such as how to cut your own fringe and how to buy great second-hand clothing, to the less talked about, agonising questions like how to split finances with your partner and how to grieve, Guardian beauty editor Sali Hughes has advice on the big and the small, and everything in between.
‘One of the best things about reading Nora Ephron is the life advice she arms you with: a go-to salad dressing, the pros and cons of red coats . . . Writer Sali Hughes is her spiritual successor with this new book – a compendium of wisdom for everything life can throw at you’ STYLIST
‘So much common sense and wisdom. Every home should have a copy’ Marian Keyes
‘Invaluable . . . packed with advice on the not-so-simple art of living’ Jojo Moyes
‘Reliable, reassuring, wise and kind. It’s all the good advice you’ll ever need’ Sophie Ellis-Bextor
‘Sali Hughes is a respected voice we all listen to . . . this book has a little something for every moment, occasion and life event. I loved it’ Giovanna Fletcher