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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Grace’s Guide and the host of The Grace Helbig Show on E! comes a beautifully illustrated, tongue-in-cheek book about style that lampoons fashion and beauty guides while offering practical advice in Grace Helbig’s trademark sweet and irreverent voice.


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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Grace’s Guide and the host of The Grace Helbig Show on E! comes a beautifully illustrated, tongue-in-cheek book about style that lampoons fashion and beauty guides while offering practical advice in Grace Helbig’s trademark sweet and irreverent voice.

30 review for Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It

  1. 4 out of 5

    Whitney Atkinson

    I listened to this on audiobook, which Grace narrates, which automatically makes it funner to read. It was also only 4 hours long, so it was probably the quickest book I’ll pick up on audio, ever. So although it was lighthearted and fun, I do have some complaints. 1. There were sections of this that I thought were just so unfunny. I love Grace—her podcast is one of my favs—but some of her punny and self-depricating humor in this was trying way too hard and missed its mark completely. Particularly I listened to this on audiobook, which Grace narrates, which automatically makes it funner to read. It was also only 4 hours long, so it was probably the quickest book I’ll pick up on audio, ever. So although it was lighthearted and fun, I do have some complaints. 1. There were sections of this that I thought were just so unfunny. I love Grace—her podcast is one of my favs—but some of her punny and self-depricating humor in this was trying way too hard and missed its mark completely. Particularly, she wrote entire sections that total literally half the book's content that are diary entries written from a pair of sweatpant’s point of view. it was so lame. Some parts of this were clever, but a lot of it was just dumb. 2. This seems like a bit of a ripoff of Jenna Marbles’ “What your ______ says about you” videos. Grace goes into what your accessories say about you, what your pants say about you, and others. I know Jenna might not have started that movement but it’s just stuff we’ve heard before and I don’t think it was innovative at all. 3. This really isn’t a style guide at all, it’s a weak attempt at talking about clothes in a humorous light. Particularly, there was a section on clothing you shouldn’t wear to work, and her list was literally stuff like tin foil, cookie dough, and cardboard. ????? It makes no sense. I know she was trying to be hyperbolic and ironic, but it just wasn’t funny to me. None of the advice in this book was actually helpful or new. If anything, she was just trying to be funny but didn't have any actual, real advice. I didn't totally hate it, but I heard her first book is a lot better and I'm gonna try that one instead. I'm disappointed, because the first few chapters that discuss her eating disorder and body image were things I've never heard about from her, and the genuity of that was a lot better to read than her half-assed advice on what to wear on an airplane

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chelsey Quack

    I hate the star rating system. In the context of this book, I hate it because I want to give it a better rating than Helbig's last book, because I can see a marked improvement in her writing. At the same time, I don't want to give it any more than 3 stars, which for me means it's a perfectly adequate book. So, I guess I'd say in terms of quality, Helbig's previous book was probably around a 2.5 - pretty middle of the road; it wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't the best thing I'd ever read - and th I hate the star rating system. In the context of this book, I hate it because I want to give it a better rating than Helbig's last book, because I can see a marked improvement in her writing. At the same time, I don't want to give it any more than 3 stars, which for me means it's a perfectly adequate book. So, I guess I'd say in terms of quality, Helbig's previous book was probably around a 2.5 - pretty middle of the road; it wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't the best thing I'd ever read - and this book closer to a true 3 to 3.5 star. Helbig's humour, I think, lends itself better to video, and perhaps that is because that's really the medium she has been working on for so long. With this book, she has a better grasp on putting her humour into print that her last one. This book also showed a big improvement in terms of focus and motivation - this book really feels like Helbig is telling a point of view, whereas her last book felt a little bit like she was trying to piece together something of a coherent point based off a smattering of writings that were only vaguely related. This book feels so much more solid and cohesive. The introduction to this book, which is emotionally more vulnerable than I think any fan will agree any of us has ever seen Helbig, really helps drive this home. By sharing a part of herself that she has not with us via Youtube, Grace opens a door that her last book kept firmly shut. There was something lacking in Grace's Guide that is present in Grace & Style. Again, such an improvement. On the other hand, it is a fun humour book, which I enjoyed greatly, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend to everyone or call fantastic. I admit that I am harder on humour books and YouTuber books than most other genres I read. I'm sure some people would say this stems from some sort of jealousy - as a person who has spent years on my own writing, I find it frustrating that every YouTuber is getting book deals, many of whom admit they had never thought about writing a book until this whole YouTubers writing books thing blew up. As a fan, I know how hard Grace works and it makes me want to put this prejudice aside, because her efforts are so evident in the improvement between her two books. But it doesn't change the fact that overall, this is just a medium book for me. Grace is still figuring out how to be a writer, how to put a cohesive book together, how to make her brand of humour applicable to print. If you are a fan of her videos, absolutely read this. It is really worth it as a fan, for the introduction alone. However, I think Grace is still at a point where her books don't quite shine on their own the way they do when paired with her videos. It's only when the book on its own really stands out that she will be a really, really great writer.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    2.5 stars This had some funny and also interesting parts and I liked the photography but I also skipped some chapters, because I just wasn't into them.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marion

    I really liked the introduction and the chapter about Grace having to shop with her father, and generally what fashion and beauty means to her. I can appreciate the comedy aspect of the Sweatpants Diaries, but it wasn't as compelling to me. Still, I love Grace.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Katie V

    This was everything I wanted it to be. Fashion and style are hard. And Grace Helbig captures that in a book. She never claims to know everything, or anything, about what she is writing. By talking about what works for her, sprinkling in some humor and a heavy dose of sweatpants, Grace is writing a book that says "who the f*ck cares" and telling people to do whatever makes them feel comfortable. She dresses for herself, and after reading the introduction I can really appreciated her don't care at This was everything I wanted it to be. Fashion and style are hard. And Grace Helbig captures that in a book. She never claims to know everything, or anything, about what she is writing. By talking about what works for her, sprinkling in some humor and a heavy dose of sweatpants, Grace is writing a book that says "who the f*ck cares" and telling people to do whatever makes them feel comfortable. She dresses for herself, and after reading the introduction I can really appreciated her don't care attitude. Also, I had a deep investment in the outcome of the sweatpants diaries and they did not dissapoint. I hope Grace's next book is less guide, and more memoir because I want more.

  6. 5 out of 5

    HK

    grace never fails to make me laugh

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    If I could give this a 3.5 I could, because I did like it a lot, but it was a bit too "stream of consciousness" for me. I love Grace's videos and I wasn't expecting a serious style guide, but it seemed a bit too light in content for me, I guess. Overall I'm glad I bought it because I am happy to support YouTubers whose content I watch regularly, but I didn't love the book as much as I was hoping I would.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Fun and weird. I was laughing out loud at some parts (the art of clothing... the art of carcass curtains). Honest to goodness her brain is weird but I love that she can share her weirdness because it's awesome.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

    LOVE Grace Helbig, but her sense of humor doesn't translate as well on the page.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bailey

    So yes, I get it, I took too long reading this. Whatever. Grace and Style wasn't as sincere as Grace's Guide. This book is definitely focused more on its comedic genre. Not that it wasn't any fun, because it was. She makes some great points and some great jokes - but to say the last section (the "last thoughts") wasn't my favorite part would be a lie. I have similar tastes in clothes as Grace: I like to keep it easy and comfortable and my body sure as hell is not that of a Victoria Secret model' So yes, I get it, I took too long reading this. Whatever. Grace and Style wasn't as sincere as Grace's Guide. This book is definitely focused more on its comedic genre. Not that it wasn't any fun, because it was. She makes some great points and some great jokes - but to say the last section (the "last thoughts") wasn't my favorite part would be a lie. I have similar tastes in clothes as Grace: I like to keep it easy and comfortable and my body sure as hell is not that of a Victoria Secret model's, nor is it apparently the same as the women that clothes in department stores are meant for. But we still have to wear clothes, because if not we would go to jail. There are some great tips in here, so I wouldn't sleep on it, but don't expect it to be a page turner that keeps you up at night. It's an easy read that is also easy to keep by your bedside table to help lull you to sleep. I enjoyed this book, as I do most of Grace's projects, but I couldn't help being a little disappointed. I loved Grace's Guide - hell, it's the book that made me realize my anxiety was exactly that: seriously crazy anxiety. But this isn't a review for Grace's Guide, so more on that somewhere else. Thanks for another silly ride, Grace.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    "Fashions fade but dumb is forever."

  12. 5 out of 5

    Siw

    I had the misfortune of discovering this in my bookshelf, still. I leafed through it as I was deciding what to do with it, try to sell it? give it away to some unsuspecting person, maybe? But the more scanned, the more I realized that I can't inflict this on another person. It was bad enough I had to pay for it, no one else should have to. So I recycled it. And, I've changed my mind about the grade, looking over it again, I think it is actually an F. ---- Old review: I give this book a D. It was o I had the misfortune of discovering this in my bookshelf, still. I leafed through it as I was deciding what to do with it, try to sell it? give it away to some unsuspecting person, maybe? But the more scanned, the more I realized that I can't inflict this on another person. It was bad enough I had to pay for it, no one else should have to. So I recycled it. And, I've changed my mind about the grade, looking over it again, I think it is actually an F. ---- Old review: I give this book a D. It was okay, nothing more. Mildly entertaining, and very, very easy to read. Which is disappointing. Grace Helbig seems like a smart person so it's disappointing that she can't ever seem to produce something of substance. This book is not really about style, Grace's or anyone else's. It's not really about pretending to have any either. It is a little bit about Helbig's experiences with fashion, and evolving a "style", but, only superficially. Mostly she writes about how much she loves sweatpants. And, it's not about personal experience and growth either, at least not in any substancial way. She does touch on a few serious topics, but no sooner has she brought it up, than she moves away from the topic. And, it's not really a comedy-esque book either. So, what is it then? It's a rather shallow product that seem to only have been created to cash in on her present popularity. I guess. I mean, this book does have many small parts: some personal anecdotes, some 'advice' and suggestions, some comedy, and some fiction, but, all of these small parts do not make up a complete whole of anything. It's just there, excisting, being mildly entertaining in a very, very superficial way. Helbig does have talent for writing, and I hope she will some day be able to harness that ability into something of substance.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pj

    In all honesty, I was disappointed. I loved Grace's Guide and this was a huge anticipatory read for me. I could chalk it up to me not being the ideal reader for a book, however humorous, about fashion; however, that seems lazy and dismissive of the reader's responsibility to explore and the writer's responsibility to look beyond the readers that might show up anyway. [For example consider that the best Star Trek movies are those that retain their essential Trek-eness while seeking to be accommod In all honesty, I was disappointed. I loved Grace's Guide and this was a huge anticipatory read for me. I could chalk it up to me not being the ideal reader for a book, however humorous, about fashion; however, that seems lazy and dismissive of the reader's responsibility to explore and the writer's responsibility to look beyond the readers that might show up anyway. [For example consider that the best Star Trek movies are those that retain their essential Trek-eness while seeking to be accommodating to new viewers and the worst are those that either become too enamored with catching new viewers or too satisfied with old ones.] The best parts of the book are when Grace shared stories about her life. Even through the lens of fashion, these stories were relatable and convinced me that after two advice books (the other slightly more practical than this one) I would really like to read a straight up memoir from Grace. I look forward, with hope, to reading it in the future (and in truth, I'll probably read whatever the book turns out to be anyway).

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    The fact that a light book took me 3 months of fighting aggressively to read it and winds up with me skipping through (and not even to the end) might be all I need to say. I love Grace! I didn't super love the first book but I would argue that in terms of readable content it was better than this book. I had to skip all the sweatpants diaries entries. I had to skip the 'if you wear your makeup like this, this is my joke about how the rest of your life is' paragraphs. Which is to say clearly this is The fact that a light book took me 3 months of fighting aggressively to read it and winds up with me skipping through (and not even to the end) might be all I need to say. I love Grace! I didn't super love the first book but I would argue that in terms of readable content it was better than this book. I had to skip all the sweatpants diaries entries. I had to skip the 'if you wear your makeup like this, this is my joke about how the rest of your life is' paragraphs. Which is to say clearly this is why I didn't finish the book. Was more work trying to figure out where the advice was buried in here than I wanted. I know that if you want lifestyle advice your first bet probably isn't going to be to read a comedian's book but since I like Grace's YouTube (and podcast) I figured why not give it a chance? Funny and informative! Sadly, not so much of either for me

  15. 5 out of 5

    Daria Marshall

    I'm glad that I bought the book and supported Grace, as I think she is brilliant. However, I was thoroughly disappointed with this book. I enjoyed the stories of young Grace and her experiences with fashion, but that was just about it. The Sweatpants Diaries were weird, and though I could see what she was trying to accomplish with them, I just could not get behind them. Her predictions of what each piece of clothing/accessory mean was almost funny, but again, I have a hard time getting behind th I'm glad that I bought the book and supported Grace, as I think she is brilliant. However, I was thoroughly disappointed with this book. I enjoyed the stories of young Grace and her experiences with fashion, but that was just about it. The Sweatpants Diaries were weird, and though I could see what she was trying to accomplish with them, I just could not get behind them. Her predictions of what each piece of clothing/accessory mean was almost funny, but again, I have a hard time getting behind them. I honestly don't think I laughed once when I was reading this book. I love Grace, but I don't think her humor translated well to the page. And that really pains me to say. I will continue to buy books that she writes, because I really enjoyed her first book, and want her to be successful.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    ** Not going to count this for my 2016 reading challenge, as it's quite short and there were a few sections I skimmed but I still wanted to review it. ** 3.5 Grace is the only youtuber with a book out that I would want to read. Her videos are so funny, so I expected the awesome sense of humor this had in it. However, that humor tends to lend itself better to videos so I may recommend the audio book for this one. The introduction of this book was so wonderful to read, it was a different side of Grac ** Not going to count this for my 2016 reading challenge, as it's quite short and there were a few sections I skimmed but I still wanted to review it. ** 3.5 Grace is the only youtuber with a book out that I would want to read. Her videos are so funny, so I expected the awesome sense of humor this had in it. However, that humor tends to lend itself better to videos so I may recommend the audio book for this one. The introduction of this book was so wonderful to read, it was a different side of Grace that we rarely see in her videos and it was really good to see for a part of this book I enjoyed this and it was a really fast read that I just read in the bookstore today!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Reading this book felt just like watching one of Grace's videos in the best possible way. It conveyed all of Grace's humor and wit so well while also relaying some actually really great information. It was so refreshing to read something that was giving tips and tricks but didn't feel like it was preaching at you or scolding you for not already knowing what it's saying.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Eden

    How are people giving this multiple stars? I'd have given it zero stars if that were possible. There was nothing funny or entertaining about it - unless you are the author's friend and lived through things she writes about and want to share some inside jokes? I love humor (and style/fashion), but this book had neither of those.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dazz Ross

    The more I watch her videos and read her books, the more I fall in love with Grace. This was well worth the delay it took in order for Grace to get those creative juices flowing; I'm 100% sure that the Sweatpants Diaries were added during said delay. Those were my favorite out of the book, but I did love everything else. Hoping for more hilarity coming from her soon!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Joannemarie O'Donnell

    This book definitely gives the reader a much deeper look into You Tube personality, Grace Helbig. You can hear her voice in every page. I wanted to like it much more than I did, because I like Grace. I watch her videos, I watched her tv show, and of course, I love that she is a Jersey girl. And, with this, I officially quit You Tuber's books. It's time to pick up War and Peace again!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ella

    While entertaining and easy to read (with a few inside jokes for her YouTube subscribers) I ultimately found it a bit repetitive. There were a lot of listicles about senseless things, which started out funny, but after a while they all started to sound the same. But still, an enjoyable light read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    Non-fiction November 2016

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alicea

    So I had the bug to try reading more audiobooks and I only got as far as 2...for now. After thoroughly loving Yes Please by Amy Poehler I was all set for some more hilarity. To that end I picked up Grace Helbig's Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It. This is part memoir (a very small part) and part irreverent fashion and beauty guide. If you're unfamiliar with Grace she's a comedian with a super funny YouTube channel (as well as a YouTube series with fellow comedian Mamrie Hart) So I had the bug to try reading more audiobooks and I only got as far as 2...for now. After thoroughly loving Yes Please by Amy Poehler I was all set for some more hilarity. To that end I picked up Grace Helbig's Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It. This is part memoir (a very small part) and part irreverent fashion and beauty guide. If you're unfamiliar with Grace she's a comedian with a super funny YouTube channel (as well as a YouTube series with fellow comedian Mamrie Hart) and this is actually her second book. The book starts off with Grace relating some very personal stories about her struggles with body image but lest you get the idea this is a very serious book it's more about trying to take things less seriously and accepting yourself flaws and all. I really enjoyed the personal anecdotes and how they related to her changing opinions and tastes when it comes to mainstream fashion and beauty standards. She also discusses how differently she views herself now that she has increased visibility due to her career. I think this would be especially good for a young woman in high school or just starting college as that's when we're most vulnerable to the pressures from media. (Note: I don't ever think we're completely immune to it but I do think there are times in our development when it's an especially powerful influence.) Because I consumed this book via audiobook format I felt I was at a bit of a disadvantage when she talked at length about specific beauty products, tips, and how-to's because I'm fairly sure the physical book had a plethora of visual aids. I do want to point out that there was a large portion of the book dedicated to a 'sweatpants diary' which I suppose was meant to be a metaphor for the pressures of the media effecting how we perceive fashion but I found it exceedingly odd. (Also, I found myself nodding off more than once during it.) For those that need reminding that fashion and beauty in general are completely subjective this is a great resource. For someone looking for a hilarious pick-me-up it's a bit short of the mark. 5/10

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mijke Müller

    *Audiobook* I gave this book a go without reading a synopsis or having any idea of what the book is about. I should've guessed that, based on the title, it would be related to fashion. It was and it was not. I simply picked up the book because I'm a huge fan of Grace herself, and thought that it would be worth listening to no matter what it is about, simply because Grace narrated the audiobook. If it wasn't for Grace's narration I probably would have given it an even lower rating. Was not my cup o *Audiobook* I gave this book a go without reading a synopsis or having any idea of what the book is about. I should've guessed that, based on the title, it would be related to fashion. It was and it was not. I simply picked up the book because I'm a huge fan of Grace herself, and thought that it would be worth listening to no matter what it is about, simply because Grace narrated the audiobook. If it wasn't for Grace's narration I probably would have given it an even lower rating. Was not my cup of tea. I felt that there was a lot of repetition especially with the fashion advice column chapters, the jokes felt forced and fell flat, and the sweatpants diaries chapters dragged on forever. I had a few half-smiles but not nearly as much giggles as I had hoped for. I absolutely loved the Grace chapters. The very first chapter where she talks about her struggles with self confidence and other true stories were my favourites. Would have loved some more stories about her, Hannah, and Mamrie (or even some other YouTubers) and their awkward adventures.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    In all fairness, the majority of this book was very true to Grace's character and I enjoyed the majority of it. The pictures were great, her style tips were funny or good (although sometimes repetitive) and it was an enjoyable read for a Grace Helbig fan to find out more about her and her experiences. That being said, the Sweatpants Diaries made it feel like I suffered through this book. Without these sections, this book would have been great for any Helbig fan. However, the Sweatpants Diaries we In all fairness, the majority of this book was very true to Grace's character and I enjoyed the majority of it. The pictures were great, her style tips were funny or good (although sometimes repetitive) and it was an enjoyable read for a Grace Helbig fan to find out more about her and her experiences. That being said, the Sweatpants Diaries made it feel like I suffered through this book. Without these sections, this book would have been great for any Helbig fan. However, the Sweatpants Diaries were a Toy Story-esque tale about a pair of Sweatpants that wanted to stage an uprising at the mall on Black Friday and is essentially a story about how they ended up in Grace's closet... but with many chapters of talking clothing items and horrible puns. It was painful. This looks like an excellent coffee table book. The contents are questionable. Save your time and skip over the Sweatpants Diaries and you might actually enjoy it.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amberly

    Just to be clear, I would probably read anything that Grace Helbig writes. She's one of the people I look up to and is just super funny. In this book, she gives her own style advice which is more accessible than most of those I guess you would call them self-help books. Helbig just has a way of being able to entertain but be relatable at the same time. She loves sweatpants, she lives in t-shirts and is always looking for the casual way to be fashionable. As someone who has always struggled fashi Just to be clear, I would probably read anything that Grace Helbig writes. She's one of the people I look up to and is just super funny. In this book, she gives her own style advice which is more accessible than most of those I guess you would call them self-help books. Helbig just has a way of being able to entertain but be relatable at the same time. She loves sweatpants, she lives in t-shirts and is always looking for the casual way to be fashionable. As someone who has always struggled fashionwise, I loved this book. Although I felt some parts were super boring because they weren't things I cared about, the advice she gives throughout the book is actually really awesome. It's a great book to just flip through and read the things you vare about and maybe feel a little less bad about your lack of fashion sense.

  27. 5 out of 5

    chrissy

    This book is hard for me to rate. I would give it a 4 on writing, a 3 on content, and a 2 on how much I liked it. I think a 3.5 star rating is a good in between, so I'm going to go with that. The writing of the book was good. It made sense and it was overall pretty well-written. The content was funny at some points. I mean, I liked some of it. And by some of it, I mean little of it. It just wasn't my cup of tea. I skipped over some chapters and didn't read some it because it was just boring a This book is hard for me to rate. I would give it a 4 on writing, a 3 on content, and a 2 on how much I liked it. I think a 3.5 star rating is a good in between, so I'm going to go with that. The writing of the book was good. It made sense and it was overall pretty well-written. The content was funny at some points. I mean, I liked some of it. And by some of it, I mean little of it. It just wasn't my cup of tea. I skipped over some chapters and didn't read some it because it was just boring and unentertaining. If you want to read a Grace Helbig book, I recommend Grace's Guide. It has better content, it's more entertaining, and is just overall a better book. I still love Grace, though, of course.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ozge

    This did not blow me away, but it was a fun read. If you watch Grace Helbig's youtube channel, the book is exactly what you would expect it to be. I liked the parts she talked about her past experiences. I liked the sections like The Seven Deadly Sins of Travel Style and The Ten Commandments of Online Shopping in which she mixed humor with advice/what she does. Sweatpants Diaries were full of puns and great (if you enjoy puns). Then, there were sections with straight up "this is what I do", witho This did not blow me away, but it was a fun read. If you watch Grace Helbig's youtube channel, the book is exactly what you would expect it to be. I liked the parts she talked about her past experiences. I liked the sections like The Seven Deadly Sins of Travel Style and The Ten Commandments of Online Shopping in which she mixed humor with advice/what she does. Sweatpants Diaries were full of puns and great (if you enjoy puns). Then, there were sections with straight up "this is what I do", without much humor. They felt out of place. The sections about "what not to wear to blabla", in which she lists bizarre choices, could have been good if there was only one of them. The idea gets old pretty fast in my eyes.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelley

    I liked this book mostly because Grace wrote it, and I love her voice and her style of humor and genuine advice. This is not a book that you need to read front to back, in my opinion. It is something to pick up when you are feeling down and need to read your horoscope based on your style of jeans or your lipstick color; it is, in it's own way, reliable like a good pair of sweatpants. Or, more aptly, that large tshirt from the family reunion that you just can't get rid of, since Grace (and I) bas I liked this book mostly because Grace wrote it, and I love her voice and her style of humor and genuine advice. This is not a book that you need to read front to back, in my opinion. It is something to pick up when you are feeling down and need to read your horoscope based on your style of jeans or your lipstick color; it is, in it's own way, reliable like a good pair of sweatpants. Or, more aptly, that large tshirt from the family reunion that you just can't get rid of, since Grace (and I) basically live in sweatpants. I don't know that its a book I ever need to read in its entirety again, but I will definitely pick it up to flip through it when I just need a break from thinking like a normal human and want to read as many clothing related puns as I can in one paragraph.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brystan

    Oops! Forgot to mark this one as read. I listened to the audiobook, and its a quick listen at just over 4 hours. I am a fan of Grace Helbig. I listen to her podcasts, I watch her YouTube channel...but this. I dunno. I couldn't quite get into it. I was really interested in the more biographical chapters, and not at all invested in the fake diary entries written from the POV of sweatpants. But, I listened to it as I cleaned my house and got it ready for my New Years party, and it served its purpose Oops! Forgot to mark this one as read. I listened to the audiobook, and its a quick listen at just over 4 hours. I am a fan of Grace Helbig. I listen to her podcasts, I watch her YouTube channel...but this. I dunno. I couldn't quite get into it. I was really interested in the more biographical chapters, and not at all invested in the fake diary entries written from the POV of sweatpants. But, I listened to it as I cleaned my house and got it ready for my New Years party, and it served its purpose....as something to listen to. 2 stars from me.

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