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Aug 30, Bridget rated it it was ok. May 05, Musiquedevie rated it it was amazing. I love Lancaster’s style, and I enjoyed this memoir, but it was far from my favorite.

How to move out of the apartment you’ve been in with your hubby for many jenertaion, how to “boycott” Thanksgiving with your insane family My favorite chapter, I think-and yes, I will be putting that into practice this year and have a Thanksgiving with your friends instead, how to try to maintain the eating and drinking habits you did when jeneratioj were 22 and finding out Father Time is NOT a friend in either respectamong many other unforgettable chapters.

She is funny, loyal, witty, and willing to call herself a jackass. It Looked Different on the Model. I actually went out and bought this book since I library doesn’t carry it and there was a hold of about 40 people for the jenerxtion central system.

Open Preview See a Problem? I had hoped the book would provide hilarious actual wisdom into adult life. I understand the griping about the blog posts but eh, they don’t bother me much at all. No trivia or quizzes yet.


What was different for me was that instead of reading this book, I listened to the audio version — narrated by the author herself. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: I shall now excitedly read her entire back catalog forthwith… right after I eat my dinner of chocolate “Made With Real Cocoa!

Autobiography of a Fat Bride. I got an e-reader as my first mothers day present and this was my first Kindle book.


The last couple books had fallen a bit short of the bar set by her first books but I feel that Jeneration X definitely leapt back up with her first books not that by any means were any of her books bad, just not as hilarious as the others. A half hour later I was rocking from side to side in my chair, holding my belly while tears of laughter ran down my cheeks; my completely embarrassed thirteen year old tugged the book out of my hands and hurried Unlike many of the other reviewers, I’d never heard of Jen Lancaster before I picked up this book in the public library no disappointed, “That was already on her blog” from me.

In My Fair Lazyshe expanded her mind. People I Want to Punch in the Throat. Part of what is so funny are all her footnotes and if you read it on a Kindle they don’t appear until the end of the chapter instead of the bottom of every page. I love Jenand if we knew each other I know we’d be friends.

The Best of Enemies. You submitted the following rating and review. May 21, Kelly rated it did not like it. To ask other readers questions about Jeneration Xplease sign up. Jen Lancaster and I were separated at jeberation In her other books, one story often leads into or influences another.


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An Idiot Girl’s Christmas. Bitter is the New Black.

Moms Who Drink and Swear. The Tao of Martha. Now, I do thoroughly enjoy her blog, and don’t mind re-visiting some stories, but jeneratjon previous books have been more strongly original, I have to say I’m disappointed.

When in Doubt, Add Butter. It’s almost all recycled material. Good Enough to Eat.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. I was amused by many of the stories; I was giggling while reading. However, jenwration fans may wonder if they have anything in common with their old friend anymore—particularly during the chapter in which she describes her hunt for the perfect vintage bowling trophy—and new readers may occasionally feel like they are eavesdropping on an obnoxious person braying into her cell phone.

If you were feeling disappointed with Jen’s last couple of books and you were considering giving up on her, don’t! Having fun, learning to enjoy the little things and not sweat everything, and extracting knowledge and experience.

Lancaster My Fair Lazy: Confessions of a Scary Mommy. She has never disappointed me in her many memoirs and luckily, this one was no different.