Trinny & Susannah: The Survival Guide - A Woman's Secret Weapon for Getting Through the Year

Trinny & Susannah: The Survival Guide - A Woman's Secret Weapon for Getting Through the Year

by Susannah Constantine (Author), Trinny Woodall (Author)

Synopsis

'It's what every woman needs today...' Trinny and Susannah There is never enough time in the day, week, month or year. Trinny and Susannah have learned how to juggle home, family and work and still have time for themselves. Their secret weapon is being organised. This book brings together everything they have learned on clothes, make-up, running a home, children, family, work and holidays - plus hundreds of essential time-saving ideas and useful day-to-day information.

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More Information

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 287
Edition: 1st
Publisher: W&N
Published: 20 Sep 2006

ISBN 10: 0297844261
ISBN 13: 9780297844266
Book Overview: Trinny and Susannah's new 6-part prime-time television series comes out on ITV this autumn. Beautifully packaged with ribbon marker and room for reminders - holidays, birthdays, shoe sizes and car details - so everything useful is at your fingertips. Packed with time-saving ideas, beauty notes, style information and useful girlie information. Best-ever hand-holding introduction to the internet, Googling cleverly and using ebay plus extensive annotated list of useful websites. Trinny and Susannah have sold a staggering 2.5 million books worldwide and their television series are watched by 5.5 million people.

Media Reviews
'Well presented and full of genuinely good ideas... it really is like carrying a mini Trin&Suse around with you.' HEAT
Author Bio
Trinny & Susannah's eighth primetime television series will be shown on ITV in the autumn. They are contributors to Heat magazine and the Sun. They are Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial. Trinny and Susannah's sixth prime time television series will be shown on ITV in autumn. They write for the Sun and are now Britain's best known style experts, called upon to adjudicate on all matters sartorial.