Book Review | If You Have to Cry, Go Outside
Author: Kelly Cutrone
I knew who Kelly Cutrone was from watching The Hills on TV. My first impression of her was that she was intimidating and a little scary and I remember thinking I would not want to work for her. However, after reading her book, my opinion has totally changed of Kelly and I see her in a new light. In fact, I am now a big fan of hers and I find her honest and say it like it is attitude very refreshing.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book which is part Kelly’s memoir and part self-help book. I loved reading about Kelly’s background and all the exciting things she has done. I am also fascinated by New York City so I really liked learning about what it was like to actually live there. Kelly is an inspiration. She has been through so much and rose above all obstacles that you would think you could never recover from. She is one strong woman that I greatly admire! The book is also very funny too. I love her sense of humour and I can really see what a good soul she has too.
She has some very good advice to follow to help others find their path in life. Much of it resonated deep within me and I know that she speaks the truth. I know I need to listen to my inner voice of wisdom. It’s never lead me astray before and when I don’t listen and follow my gut, I usually end up kicking myself!
This book is a must-read and likely one that I would read again!
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*I received a copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this novel.*