Okay, so i'm aware that this title might raise a few questions, but let me explain ;) If you're the kind of person that always worries, get's stressed in traffic or in public crowded places, when things don't go the way you want or anything else that raises your blood pressure to a level that is off the charts, then this book is for you! I have to admit, i'm not a big reader and I usually stay away from anything with more than 500-ish words, but this was just so beautifully and accurately written that I finished it in two days! Way to many people give way to many f*cks about things they can't control. For example, caring too much about what you think other people think of you... Now, I used to do this all the time. Wondering if people liked me enough if I was pretty enough if I was funny enough and boy, let me tell you; It's exhausting making all these assumption without even knowing if it's the truth. I didn't know what people were thinking, unless they actually spoke their mind which rarely happens, but it did ruin a lot of good days. Days that I could have been spent better, if I would have just taken a second and give a little less f*cks about it so to speak. Excuse my french darlings, but it's the title of the book so, how can I not ;)
The point of this story is; if you would like to worry a little less, care a little less and live a little more, than this might be the book for you! It helped me soon much and I can even say that this book has helped me tremendously with blogging as well. Not caring about what people think of me when i'm out and about taking pictures etc and worrying about what people would think about my blog or weather it's good enough. It's good enough for me and the way I see it; You only have one life and if the amount of f*cks you could give about something would be limited, would you still be handing them out like candy?