Learning to Live Here

eBook - 2011
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"In this irreverent self-help book, Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt help readers realize that they're not the only ones who fall short of perfection in their careers, relationships, and daily lives. With wit and humor, Whateverland shows readers how to live better and achieve the life they want through honesty and self-acceptance"--Provided by publisher.
"An exuberantly, hilariously irreverent guide to life from the hosts of Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer and Whatever, Martha!No one tells it like it is quite like the Whatever duo of Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt. Now they share their colorful commentary and edgy common sense on every aspect of life, from food and eating ("Does Talking to Pop Tarts Mean You're Crazy?") to fashion and grooming ("The Devil Wore Palazzo Pants") to cleaning and organizing ("Not a Hoarder, Still a Slob"). You'll see it's okay not to measure up to perfectionistic standards of behavior and achievement at home, at work, and in relationships. Once you level with yourself and lighten up, life can be happier--and a hell of a lot more fun. Tackles essential life issues--including sex and dating, weight loss and body issues, marriage and relationships, cooking and kitchenphobia, and more Shares Alexis and Jennifer's outrageously funny and honest stories and surprisingly helpful advice Reveals Alexis and Jennifer's deepest, darkest personality quirks Shows the importance of self-acceptance, complete honesty, and a wicked sense of humor So what if you're not perfect--whatever! Get the real-deal advice of Alexis and Jennifer in Whateverland. It's definitely not your mother's self-help book"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2011
ISBN: 9781118101957
Branch Call Number: E-Book
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 254 p.) : ill
Additional Contributors: Hutt, Jennifer Koppelman 1970-


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Dec 30, 2011

Random thoughts from Martha Stewart's daughter and her cohost from her past radio show. There is some amusing repartee between the two and a few bon mots. Really, the book is not worth reading unless you are interested in what Martha Stewart's daughter has to say.

debwalker Oct 15, 2011

Somehow Alexis Stewart survived being the daughter of Martha Stewart. And they're still talking.


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