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Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
In the same copy I found several typos like "toll the line" instead of "toe the line" that could easily have been tagged during review. Who edited this? Probably a useful tool, and in the final analysis, not a big deal (and isn't her point that you do not have to be "perfect"?) but the lack of professional editing makes this seem like a shoddy product and I did not purchase it as a result. I'm glad that Rachel Hollis is not responsible for this workbook.
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2019
Poorly written with so many grammatical errors that it was distracting. Confusing sentences are strewn throughout. The questions are not very thought-provoking. I recommend just reading the actual book. Don't waste money on this workbook.
I enjoyed reading through this as I finished Girl Stop Apologizing. I enjoyed the journal questions and action steps that came with the book. I wanted a bit more from the sections though and the paragraphs were poorly edited compared to the actual book. Essentially this is a summary with questions. I think they could’ve been added to the original book and still had a better impact.