"Knight's point is to encourage her readers to embrace themselves as they are, warts and all... She gives her readers permission not to care too much about always doing their best on the job because, as she reveals, she knows what it is to be a perfectionist."
—The New Yorker
"Hilarious, irreverent, and no-nonsense... You Do You is all about being yourself, putting your own happiness first, rejecting any social contracts that aren't working for you, and living life from your own place of power. Get it girl."—Bustle
"Knight has ignored the traditional 'self-help' tropes and gone for something much more fun--she champions selfishness and weirdness, speaks boldly, and is the queen of shedding expectations and obligations."
"It'll give you the confidence to reach for your goals, turn your flaws into strengths, and become the #girlboss you've always wanted to be."
"Does your 2018 to-do list include learning to love yourself? If the answer is yes, then here's your next need-to-read title... A self-esteem essential, You Do You will empower you to take risks and take charge of every aspect of your life."—Bookpage
"Another sassy riot of a self-help book. You Do You will help you shake off the shackles of what society expects you to be, and instead shows you how to be the best version of your wonderful unique self. We loved it!—Heat magazine (UK)
"[In] You Do You, Knight shoots down in flames all the stuff you think you need to care about, giving you permission to rid yourself of all outside influences, obligation, and expectations."—The Pool (UK)
"Refreshingly honest and laugh-out-loud hilarious... this book offers straightforward advice, perfect for anyone who needs a break from the usual language of self-improvement books."
—Woman's Way (Ireland)
"You Do You means taking care of yourself--and generally just being yourself--in the face of ever-mounting obligations to and expectations of others."—Oliver Bonas (UK)