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Publisher's Summary

Christine Cashen, America's Top Humorista and internally acclaimed speaker, delivers an action-packed, content-rich read that will energize your life and totally crack you up. The Good Stuff is jammed with practical ideas that are hilarious and relevant! Bad boss? Crazy kids? Stressed-out? She's got you covered - and then some. So if you're looking for the holy grail- that magic pill that will transform you for the better...fu-getta-bout-it. If you need quick, common-sense ideas to help maintain your sanity and a huge dose of humor to boot, download this book up NOW. Smart people everywhere are doing it!

©2010 Christine Cashen (P)2012 Christine Cashen

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Practical, Informative and Fun!

Christine makes you feel as if you've known her your entire life. She's smart, funny, warm, caring and kind. Great advice for everyday use that will improve your life. Christine, "You Rock!" ~Keep Having FUN!

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Brief Easy Pick-me-ups

A simple book to make everyday life easier. I personally find it to be a good reference when I need a happiness tip. And a way to gather ideas for ways to organize my life and make some things easier.

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Waste of time and money

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

It's clearly written for women only, and should have said so in the description or maybe on the cover.

What was most disappointing about Christine Cashen’s story?

It wasn't funny. At all.

What aspect of Christine Cashen’s performance would you have changed?

Broaden the scope, or warn the listener that it's only meant for women, and add in at least a little humor. Or maybe move it out of the comedy section. It's more self-help, anyway.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Annoyance, and a resolution to check more carefully before buying any more audio books.