Sarah Knights’ second release ‘self-help book’: Get Your Shi*t Together is straight to the point much like the title. Her first release: The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k allowed readers to care less about the things that make us unhappy and other people’s opinions. Knight summarises 3 personalities and relates them to the brothers from Alvin and the Chipmunks. A motivated strategist who works their ass off, Simon. A Cruiser but unable to kick it into a higher gear, Alvin. Lastly, a relatively hopeless, Theodore. Simply putting it, she teaches acknowledgement of your personality and how to utilise it or improve it to get your sh*t together. Relating to the audience is one of Knights specialities and she does it with the chipmunk analogy and her GYST (Get Your Sh*t Together) theory. The GYST theory couples a physical object with a mental attribute. Keys = Strategy, Phone = Focus and Wallet = Commitment. These constant reminders encourage Sh*t togetherness – Never leaving the house without these items (and metaphorical items) probably means you have your sh*t together more than the majority of the world.