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Is it really possible for men to juggle, fatherhood, work outside the home, ‘me time’ and looking good? Twitter and Facebook sensation @manwhohasitall says YES, it is, and shows other busy dads and career men how they too can have it all!

‘Hilarious and thought-provoking, the Man Who Has It All highlights the ridiculousness of the patronising advice thrown at working mums every day by reimagining it with dads in mind.’ The Unmumsy Mum

While women are bombarded with advice about how to be the perfect mum, how to have a successful career and have glowing skin all at the same time, men have been left floundering.

Thank God, then, for From Frazzled to Fabulous, which for the first time shows men how they, too, can have it all.

As well as giving essential tips for career men and busy working dads, From Frazzled to Fabulous isn’t afraid to address the big questions. Can curvy dads ever be truly happy? Can you be a dad and still feel sexy?

This hilarious and eye-opening book, drawn from the hugely popular Twitter and Facebook accounts of the Man Who Has It All, offers men helpful advice about what your face shape says about your parenting skills, why staying hydrated will improve your career prospects and how dressing in your ‘wow’ colours will get you heard around the boardroom table.

Seizing the stories we hear and throwing them back at us with a twist, the results are funny, unsettling and surprisingly revolutionary.


On behalf of frazzled dads with a pH imbalance - and, of course, working mums who actually have to listent to this sh*t for real - we just want to say thank you.


Hilarious and thought-provoking, the Man Who Has It All highlights the ridiculousness of the patronising advice thrown at working mums every day by reimagining it with dads in mind.

the Unmumsy Mum

Really smart

Gaby Hinsliff, Guardian

From beauty routines and housework expectations to the way mothers are often treated in the workplace, the Man Who Has It All shares expertly flipped one-liners.


At last, a practical guide to help men stay hydrated and create the illusion of authority in the workplace ... I'd buy a copy for my partner, if only he had the time to read it! Bless him.

Slummy Single Mummy

I alternately sniggered and raged my way through this book. Devilishly genius.

Caroline Criado-Perez

A simple idea, beautifully executed, which pithily derides the blind eye that allows sexism to become endemic.

Richard Herring

For feminism that makes you laugh. Despair, but also laugh.

Glosswitch, New Statesman

I simply love @manwhohasitall. Nothing points up the absurdity and inequality of debates about care and career as effectivly as simply putting the shoe on the other foot. Follow him on Twitter and read this book!

Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America

Hilarious and eye-opening.

Huffington Post

Playfully subversive and long overdue, this book takes those ubiquitous gender stereotypes and grinds them to dust. Very funny indeed.

Rebecca Front

Making everyone giggle.

New York Post

Perfect satire.


If you love satire, you'll love this.

Viv Groskop on Woman's Hour


Joanne Harris

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  • Hardback


    November 14, 2016

    Bantam Press

    192 pages

    RRP $24.99

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  • EBook


    October 20, 2016

    Transworld Digital

    192 pages

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