It’s International Women’s Day so I thought I’d share with you some books from my all-time favourite female authors.
So, how did a slightly bonkers misfit with anxiety and eating disorders decide to solve their problems? I became a model, as you do.
Growing up, Charli Howard always felt like an outsider. So she looked at the skinny girls smiling out of magazines and came to the conclusion that to be happy, she needed to be thin. Believing that these models had perfect lives, she decided to become one herself.
It wasn’t quite as glamorous as she’d hoped. No matter how much weight she lost, it was never enough. At her thinnest, Charli was dropped by her agency. Her angry response went viral, and she finally discovered that she wasn’t along after all. The perfection she’d been chasing does not exist.
It this funny, honest and unfiltered memoir, Charli is determined to share the truth she never understand as a teenager: that standing out is so much better than fitting in. Continue reading “Misfit – Charli Howard – Review”