Title: Happily Imperfect – Living Life Your Own Way
Author: Stacey Solomon
Pages: 288 Pages
Publisher: Harper Collins
Renowned and loved for her refreshing candour on everyday issues, social, domestic and intimate, Stacey Solomon reminds us how important it is to embrace ourselves; the good, bad and the ugly.
Stacey’s authenticity and her courage to say what others daren’t opens discussions on sensitive but significant topics; her lack of sex drive after having kids, her battles with anxiety, the lows of motherhood and even the importance of hairy legs.
In Happily Imperfect, be moved to tears and laughter by joining Stacey in her journey so far, as she reveals how to stay positive despite the everyday pressure to be and look perfect. Told through hilarious, sometimes moving, and always charming anecdotes, discover how to get the best out of life by being positive, not following the crowd, and trusting your gut instincts.
Covering how to navigate motherhood, deal with anxiety and prejudice, as well as the experience of getting older, Stacey has plenty of words of wisdom to share. With tips and tricks on how to apply a positive mindset within your own day-to-day life, become emotionally freer and happier with Stacey by your side.
My love for Stacey Solomon knows no bounds. I love her Instagram feed, I love her attitude to live and I love here on Loose Women. I think she is a boss role model for just being yourself.
Her book Happily Imperfect addresses people’s need to be perfect and how we are all perfectly imperfect. She discusses her formative years, her X Factor journey, her growth as a young girl, becoming a mother and finding love.
You get the feeling that yes, she is human and she does get down by the negative comments but she also has such a positive attitude towards life. This is the kind of book that you can read more than once because it is so positive.
Personally, I would love Stacey Solomon to bring out a craft book. Actually, if I am wanting for anything I kind of want to be best friends with Stacey Solomon but I would settle for a craft book (hint hint) because she is boss. Happily imperfect is the perfect tonic and helps you appreciate all the good things you have.
Happily Imperfect by Stacey Solomon is available now.
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