Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Yes Please, Amy Poehler


I just finished Yes Please by Amy Poehler. I was expecting a laugh-out-loud-knee-slapper a la Tina Fey's Bossypants; this was not the case. Instead, Yes Please is a delightful self-help memoir sprinkled with a good dose of humor. Poehler is a wise woman, and she provides good advice through her (sometimes juicy) real-life experiences.

Poehler bares her soul. She admits on many occasions that writing her book was HARD, and she shares anecdotes in which she felt embarrassed and perhaps didn't "do the right thing." While many of us already love Pohler for her hilarious on-screen antics, her honest insights endeared her to me even more. She lets the reader in on the inner workings of her mind and provides truly solid advice. To all this, I say "Yes, please!"

And of course, thank you,
A


Image via http://amysaysyesplease.com.

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