Monday, January 28, 2013

The Well-Lived Laugh

I received a copy of The Well-Lived Laugh by Rachel St. John-Gilbert from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
A little perspective can change everything—and owning your own perspective (with a good dose of humor) is what The Well-Lived Laugh is all about. This brand-new women’s humor book from Rachel St. John-Gilbert (author of Wake Up Laughing and Laugh Yourself to Sleep) will help readers develop a perspective unique to who they are, encouraging them to find peace with their own niche in life. Through her hilarious observations on everyday life issues—body image, relationships, social networking, the food police—St. John-Gilbert will help women embrace the beauty in life that comes through each experience, whether planned or not.
I have to admit that I didn't find this book as funny as I was hoping it to be.  Most everything topic she covered I could relate to, but it just wasn't my kind of book.  I was really looking for something that would get me to laughing so hard I cried, but this just wasn't it.  

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