Based on the Insecure Girls' Club Instagram account, this is a 'peppy pick-me-up' handbook to help you feel able, confident and good enough to go get whatever it is you want in life.
'This book shows there's insecurity in all of us and that it doesn't diminish our power. That, in fact, accepting it is transformative.' - Gina Martin, author of Be the Change
Welcome to the Insecure Girls' Club!
At some point or another, we all feel insecure. Whether it's about our body image, friendships, workplace politics or comparison more generally, it's something we all have in common. But we don't have to let it rule our lives.
A reassuring hug when you're having a bad day, The Insecure Girl's Handbook is for anyone who wants to manage their anxiety better, stop imposter syndrome in its tracks or halt those unwelcome waves of self-doubt.
Offering tips, coping mechanisms and small pearls of wisdom, Olivia Purvis is here to guide you through those feelings that hold you back and empower you to put yourself first and make a change.
Olivia has been a freelance fashion and lifestyle writer and blogger for nigh on a decade. After starting her blog 'What Olivia Did' in 2010, she went on to win the Cosmopolitan Blog Award for best newcomer. In 2014 she went full time with the blog, introducing YouTube to her repertoire with videos ranging from style, beauty, interviews and travel. This earned her a nomination for Best YouTuber at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in 2017, and the channel now boasts 85,000 subscribers. Since 2014 she has worked with some of the UK's biggest fashion brands, such as Topshop, Stella McCartney, Kate Spade and Mulberry and has a loyal Instagram following that is 178,000 strong. She co-hosts the popular podcast 'The Fringe of It' with Charlotte Jacklin and started The Insecure Girl's Club, which has 49,000 Instagram followers, in late 2018.