Get Your Shit Together Journal

Practical ways to cut the bullshit and win at life.


Whether you’re stuck in a job or relationship you hate, overwhelmed by a million emails, or just need a little help along the way to world domination, the hardest part of changing your life is knowing where to start. Well, this no-fucks-given journal will help you figure out what you want, how to get started, and how to get it all done.

With space to write in your goals, milestones, and to-dos, along with hilarious graphics, charts, and straight-talking advice, The Get Your Shit Together Journal is a must-have tool in your organizational arsenal. (And it makes a great birthday, holiday, or graduation gift for a friend who needs to get their shit together too.)

Get Your Shit Together

How to stop worrying about what you should do so you can finish what you need to do and start doing what you want to do.


Ever find yourself stuck at the office—or even just glued to the couch—when you really want to get out (for once), get to the gym (at last), and get started on that fun project you’re always putting off?

You need to get your shit together. And that’s not an admonition. It’s a rallying cry.

The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a Fuck introduced readers to the joys of mental decluttering. Get Your Shit Together takes you one step further—organizing the fucks you want and need to give, and cutting through the bullshit cycle of self-sabotage to get happy and stay that way. You’ll discover:

  • The Power of Negative Thinking
  • Three simple tools for getting (and keeping) your shit together
  • How to balance work and fun—and save money while you’re at it
  • Ways to manage anxiety, avoid avoidance, and conquer your fear of failure
  • And tons of other awesome shit!

Praise for Get Your Shit Together

“Genius. . . . More of Knight’s special brand of anti-self-help self-help, peppered with profanity and witty pop culture references. This time, she focuses on tactically organizing your life [and] wading through the sea of everyday shit you have to do and finally prioritizing the things you actually want to do.”Vogue

“An honest, prescriptive guide to skipping the self-sabotage.”Parade

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