Ice Cream for Breakfast
How rediscovering your inner child can make you calmer, happier, and solve your bullsh*t adult problems
By Laura Jane Williams
The life-changing guide that every grown-up needs to remind themselves of the freedom and joy that comes with rediscovering your inner child.
'Read this for life lessons you know but have neglected.' Stylist
'Rediscover and embrace your inner silliness and watch your busy, stress-filled actual life become, well, simpler.' Red
Discover the surprising art of reconnecting with your inner child in order to make your adult life that little bit simpler.
- You can own your own home and want to build a blanket fort on a bad day. Hell! On a good day, too.
- Give yourself permission to seek praise, ask for help, and have something soft snuggled against your face because you're sad.
- You can pay your bills on time and still exclaim out loud when something is really f*cking cool, run a business and wear cat-covered thermals under your suit.
- You can take time to play, just because.
Full of spirit and un-self-conscious enthusiasm, Ice Cream for Breakfast: Child-Like Solutions to Bullsh*t Adult Problems is the permission slip all too-grown-up-for-their-own-good-but-secretly-scared-of-adulting adults need to locate their inner-child nestled deep within, so that we might all relax enough to laugh harder, wonder more, and marvel at magic on the daily.
Laura Jane Williams has written about love, lust, and her feelings everywhere from The Guardian to Buzzfeed to RED, to the Telegraph, Stylist and more, and from September 2016 - February 2017 was Grazia's single girl dating columnist. She is the author of heartbreak memoir BECOMING, Marie Claire's #BREAKFREE from Fear ambassador, and blogs about being 'messily human' at www.superlativelyrude.com
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20 Apr 2017
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Hodder & Stoughton
Read this for life lessons you know but have neglected. — Stylist
Rediscover and embrace your inner silliness and watch your busy, stress-filled actual life become, well, simpler. — Red