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How Not to be a Domestic Goddess By Deborah Ross

How Not to be a Domestic Goddess by Deborah Ross

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Summary

Offers tips on different aspects of household management: skincare, fashion and beauty, children, dealing with blackened ovenware, leftovers, and freezing.

How Not to be a Domestic Goddess Summary

How Not to be a Domestic Goddess: (And Always Go to Bed on an Argument) by Deborah Ross

Here are Mrs Ross's handy tips on every aspect of household management: skincare, fashion and beauty, children, dealing with blackened ovenware*, leftovers** and freezing***. And here is useful advice on how to get a 'lifestyle' if you suspect you don't have a proper one. Some people have fabulous bodies and accomplished kids and amazing parenting skills and ideal jobs and harmonious marital relationships. This book is not for them. It is for the rest of us: we, the 99 per cent of the population who are not so blessed and cannot decide whether to laugh or cry. Answer: laugh. *soak, soak, soak, then throw away when nobody is looking. **decant carefully into Tupperware, place in fridge, leave for a week then throw out when nobody is looking. ***leave for a decade, then throw out when nobody is looking.

How Not to be a Domestic Goddess Reviews

...the ideal antidote to yummy mummyism. * Sainsbury's Magazine *
An amusing set of lifestyle tips for slobs and slackers who never, ever go on 'the morning run'. * Glasgow Herald *
One of those truly laugh-out-loud books that you won't just feel at one with but which you also won't be able to put down. * Lancashire Evening Post *
...housework has never been so fun as Ross taps into those muttered rants, raves and vague suspicions we've been harboring all along. * Monsters and Critics.com *
In this exceptionally funny book, Ross acknowledges that the majority of us are not perfect women; that we leave dirty dishes in the sink, fight with out significant others and wear no make-up and sweats to the supermarket. * Literaturechick.com *

About Deborah Ross

Deborah Ross is an award-winning columnist and interviewer for the Independent and Spectator who has recently been poached for a huge transfer fee by the Daily Mail. She lives in north London with her partner and son who have never been any support whatsoever, but that is the cross she has to bear. She is a heroine to slobs, slackers and idlers everywhere.

Additional information

GOR001303516
How Not to be a Domestic Goddess: (And Always Go to Bed on an Argument) by Deborah Ross
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Profile Books Ltd
2008-07-10
224
186197891X
9781861978912
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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