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This description may be from another edition of this product. Con un ingenio ir nico y una sabidur a lograda con esfuerzo, la popular celebridad en l nea y fundadora de, Rachel Hollis, ayuda a sus lectoras a liberarse de las mentiras que las...

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12 ratings

Empty motivation at best, damage at worst.

If someone seriously struggling, telling them to just get up and wash their face is not going to help. Telling someone that their life could be better if they just worked harder and stopped sulking, is extremely damaging. What annoys me the most is that this is often touted as a Christian book, which it is not. This type of thinking goes directly against the Bible which says, "We can't do it all. We can't just wish ourselves better. We are not enough, and that's okay. Because God is with His children and will help us through."

Not a Christian Based Book.

I wouldn’t not recommend this to anyone. Self loving not Jesus loving. Inappropriate at times.

Fake and self important

It’s less of a self-help book and more of a way for the author to brag about her accomplishments and has an air of self importance. I bought both of her books after hearing about how great they were and gave both away after reading half of the first one. Very shallow and leaves a lot to be desired. Basically just a “look how great I’ve become!” story

Good read, funny, and I want to read more of her work

This book was easy to read, had some great tips and ideas of how she manages her busy life, and I found myself flipping the pages quickly wanting to read more and more. When I laugh out loud while reading a book, I for sure will read another book by the same author.

Save your time

Hollis gives generic, cookie-cutter, and plagiarized advice. That’s right. This is like a compilation of Tumblr quotes in novel form. This book is also fatphobic and all around inauthentic. She states that people who cannot stick to their diets are untrustworthy, as their word clearly means nothing. She’s a proponent of “tough love” advice when really it’s just patronizing preaching and reeks of privilege. This woman is so out of touch, it’s actually staggering. She even goes as far as to criticize her foster child’s parent while admitting to self-medicating herself. For true inspiration and authentic advice, give Brene Brown a try instead.


I felt that "Girl, Wash Your Face" lacked depth or authenticity. I found it hard to relate to her go-getter, you're-the-author-of-your own-destiny argument, when 90% of her audience doesn't have the wealth and luxurious lifestyle that she has. Her advice is relatively cookie-cutter and lacked insight. It just wasn't what I expected it to be based off of the great reviews and success!

Every woman MUST read

This book was full of exactly what I needed. Cold hard truths. Validation. Nee perspectives. Humor. Finding myself amid chaos. This something every woman needs to hear. Ladies, grab a blanket and get started! Rachel does not disappoint!

Inspirational!!! Rachel Hollis speaks the truth!

This book was so eye opening, relatable, and a speed read! Highly recommend!

I seriously loved this book

I don't think I have read so much while reading a book in my life. Everything about this book resonates with me. My sister was the one who wanted me to read it and I'm not sure I knew what I was getting into. However from the very start I loved this book. I loved the narration and how you feel as if Rachel Hollis is there with you. Talking with you. The way she writes this book feels like your just sitting with your friend in the room talking about some hard truths. With every chapter, or lie, you learn more about her story but also more about your own story as well. This book made me look at my self differently and that I am very thankful for.

Excellent condition and a MUST read

Definitely enjoyed reading this book. Every girl should get a hold of it

Couldn't Stop Reading!

I started this book with the intention of reading a chapter here and there. But once I began, I found it hard to put the book down. I ate up everything Rachel said as I related to her on so many levels. I would highly recommend this book!

I didn't love it

I wanted to like this book so much because it comes highly recommended for women who want to change and become more confident. However, I found it very boring and way too "squeaky clean"... not very down to earth, real, or raw which is more of what I crave from this genre. Also worth noting it is a bit religious which didn't bother me but some may not appreciate it.

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