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SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS is your guide to having it all without getting overwhelmed. Bethenny's nononsense advice extends beyond the first adult steps and well into real relationships, established careers, and mommyhood, including: - Living Naturally Thin - Making fresh, healthy food for the table and on the go - Organizing your kitchen, your closet, and even your bathroom - Finding great fashion without breaking the bank - Beauty care essentials - Creating a home that's a haven - Effortless entertaining - Career planning - Entrepreneur advice - And how to create work-life balance
In SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS, Bethenny offers hard-won advice on how to maintain a wellbalanced life. In Skinnygirl Wellness, Bethenny updates her advice on how to be Naturally Thin with an all new Quick-Start Plan and tips for getting kids (and the whole family) to eat better without complaints The Skinnygirl Solutions for Daily Life section reveals Bethenny's keys to managing a hectic schedule, keeping a beautiful home, and finding time for love, family, and yourself. Lastly, in Skinnygirl on the Job, Bethenny addresses such issues as launching a career that fits with all the other important components of your life, knowing if you're ready to have your own business, the pros and cons of working from home, the 101 on finance, and what to do when things go wrong. In SKINNYGIRL SOLUTIONS Bethenny gives her always honest take on how to make smart, everyday choices that will lead to a fabulous Skinnygirl life.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-08-05
- Reviewer: Staff
Entrepreneur, reality TV star, and soon-to-be talk show host Frankel (Naturally Thin) offers a comprehensive guide to doing it all, with an emphasis on staying thin, healthy, and successful through work-life balance and organization. Her appealing confessional tone and admission of personal challenges with dieting and love make these otherwise mundane subjects (diet, exercise, and home organization) fun to read. She addresses her divorce up front and throughout the book, discussing it in the context of how she deals with stress and remains true to herself. While the title promises sex, there is little advice on this topic. The book, written with Adamson, features frequently humorous tips on how Frankel handles things, from what to eat during PMS or after a night of drinking, to working out, to how to host a great dinner party. The book is best suited to Frankel fans, as there are many references to her life—as shown on TV and in tabloids. But for those who admire her no-nonsense approach and ambition, this latest offering will likely be an inspiring read. Illus. Agent: Andy McNicol, William Morris Endeavor. (Aug.)