⚦ I Dont Know How She Does It Books ✫ Author Allison Pearson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

I Dont Know How She Does It Delightfully Smart And Heartbreakingly Poignant, Allison Pearson S Smash Debut Novel Has Exploded Onto Bestseller Lists As The National Anthem For Working Mothers Hedge Fund Manager, Wife, And Mother Of Two, Kate Reddy Manages To Juggle Nine Currencies In Five Time Zones And Keep In Step With The Teletubbies But When She Finds Herself Awake At 1 37 A.m In A Panic Over The Need To Produce A Homemade Pie For Her Daughter S School, She Has To Admit Her Life Has Become Unrecognizable With Panache, Wisdom, And Uproarious Wit,I Don T Know How She Does Itbrilliantly Dramatizes The Dilemma Of Every Working Mom From The Trade Paperback Edition.


10 thoughts on “I Dont Know How She Does It

  1. says:

    I don t know why, but for some reason this book got a rise out of me It s supposed to be light reading, in the vein of chick lit, but I struggled to finish it Basically it s about a fictional career woman juggling her career and her family which is incredibly hard Instead of admiring the character s efforts I was really angry at her I wonder if it s just me.These are the things I found wrong whenever Kate, the main character, had time to spend with her kids, she seemed to really hate it I don t know why, but for some reason this book got a rise out of me It s supposed to be light reading, in the vein of chick lit, but I struggled to finish it Basically it s about a fictional career woman juggling her career and her family which is incredibly hard Instead of admiring t...


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    Note I m reviewing this quite a long time after I finished the book because I ve been really busy for the past couple of months I can still remember what I really disliked about this book, so I m going to write the review, but I might be shaky on some of the precise details Be warned Are you a man who has lived alone for any portion of your life Are you a man who can complete most domestic tasks Are you a man who managed to dress yourself this morning If so CONG...


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    I think about this book almost on a daily basis Can you really be a successfull hedgefund manager at a prestigious company thinly vailed as Morgan Stanley , be a good mother raise two kids and participate in all their school acitivities and be a loving wife All in the same life at the same time The book offers up som hilarious scenarios and really pinpoints how the corporate world discourages career women as mothers all while saying they as a company is a very family friendly place.It al I think about this book almost on a daily basis Can you really be a successfull hedgefund manager at a prestigious company thinly vailed as Morgan Stanley , be a good mother raise two kids and participate in all their school acitivities and be a loving wife All in the same life at the same time The book offers up som hilarious scenarios and really pinpoints how the corporate world discourages career women as mothers al...


  4. says:

    I don t even know why I stuck with this book for so long IT S OKAY TO QUIT BOOKS, Erin.


  5. says:

    I bought I Don t Know How She Does It for 50 cents off the library sale cart one day, fully expecting to hate it, but intrigued enough to hand over a small donation for the pleasure of hating it in my own time When the book came out, there was a media firestorm that took advantage of the presumed premise of mommy wars pitting stay at home mothers vs working mothers in a spitting, catty, bitchfest As media firestorms usually are, this one was based only on a germ of truth Kate Reddy, her I bought I Don t Know How She Does It for 50 cents off the library sale cart one day, fully expecting to hate it, but intrigued enough to hand over a small donation for the pleasure of hating it in my own time When the book came out,...


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    It wouldn t be a lie to say I wanted to read this book for years I passed it on the bookstore shelf, I don t know how many times Well, maybe my intuition was telling me something I found the main character Kate to be a lousy mum, sorr...


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    I grappled a lot over the stars for this one, and would settle on three and a half if G reads would let me but I will err on the side ofstars if only because as much as what I will say might sound negative, that in itself is the mark of a good book which is to say, it definitely affected me.The premise of this work is a woman with a job that is in itself a demanding marriage constant crises and traveling...


  8. says:

    This book annoyed the crap out of me view spoiler While reading the first three quarters of it, I was stressed out because Kate Reddy is a disorganized, confused mess, and then the ending just pissed me off What was the moral supposed to be Give up when things get too hard Lower yourself to the standards of the scumbags around you and go down in flames just to prove a point hide spoiler I m sick of these books that reinforce stereotypes such as men need women to take care of them, and This book annoyed the crap out of me view spoiler While reading the first three quarters of it, I was stressed out because Kate Reddy is a disorganized, confused mess, and then the ending just pissed me off What was the moral supposed to be Give up when things get too hard Lower yourself to the standards of the scumbags around you and go down in flames just to prove a point hide spoiler I m sick of these...


  9. says:

    This book is basically a work of nonfiction masquerading as a book of fiction Every woman should read this before and during child rearing Then she should dog ear pages of the book and force her spouse, partner or child s sperm donor to read At that point, the spouse, partner or sperm donor will probably do some eye rolling and then ignore the crucial heart of the book someone has to take care of the details Such is life.I found this book to be so achingly true it waslike a punch in t This book is basically a work of nonfiction masquerading as a book of fiction Every woman should read this before and during child rearing Then she should dog ear pages of the book and force her spouse, partner or child s sperm donor to read At that point, the spouse, partner or sperm donor will probably do some eye rolling and then ignore the crucial heart of the book someone has to take care of the details Such is life.I found ...


  10. says:

    I don t know how she does it Well, I do selfishly I was so disgusted with the self centered, self righteous worldview of the main character I quit the book 150 pages into it The portrayal of heroine as victim of her parenting, professional, and marital circumstances I think not Reaping seeds of a lifetime of selfishness, I think so Quite hard to be endeared to such a myopic, naval gazing protagonist If she were humble, introspective, insightful, or even funny she would have been a lo I don t know how she does it Well, I do selfishly I was so disgusted with the self centered, self righteous worldview of the main character I quit the book 150 pages into it The portrayal of heroine as victim of her parenting, professional, and marital circumstances I think not Reaping seeds of a lifetime of selfishness, I think so Quite hard to be endeared to such a myopic, naval ...