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  • This is an utter tonic. Lorraine at her most honest; a genuinely helpful book’

    Dawn French
  • I love this book, especially the chapter on aging

    Davina McCall
  • Very Lorraine: no psychobabble, no self-indulgence, no nonsense, just matter-of-fact advice. The book is based on her own experiences, from looking your best to dealing with bullying, anxiety, menopause, friendships, parents and parenthood. It is the sort of age-old female wisdom and compassionate common sense a mother would pass on . . . The message she puts across in her book [is]: be real, make the most of yourself and your opportunities, and have a blast

    YOU magazine
  • A thoughtful, supportive guide to living your best life . . . Lorraine draws freely on her own challenging life experiences from menopausal anxiety and miscarriage to discrimination. And she offers tips on everything from ageing and sleep to developing confidence and building self-esteem, as well as suggesting practical exercises to help challenge negative thinking, all delivered with her trademark warmth.

    Charlotte Heathcote, Mirror
  • This is all about living life to the full. nurturing mind, body and relationships, with advice on everything from ageing to Zumba. Kelly's own life has had its trials, but her sunny optimism will ward off winter's chill.

    Saga Magazine

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