Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's Little Lessons for Making It Work - Tim Gunn Yo, I totally forgot to review this. Oops. Well, I'll attempt to do so now.So, first of all, Tim Gunn is the man. He's just adorable and awesome, and I love him. I've been a Project Runway addict since I was 13 or so ... so, for like six years or something like that. Tim is one of my absolute favorite parts of the show. I love his comments ... I love the way he gets all red in the face when he's about to tell someone he hates their design. It's just hilarious. But seriously, he seems like such a nice guy and he gives such good advice to the contestants.I found it entertaining to read all his insights––not just about Project Runway, but about life and creativity. It was really interesting to find out, first of all, how the TV show came into being and how no one really expected its success. I didn't know how much of an influence Tim Gunn had on making the show the way it is, so that was cool. Now, I'm not a designer, but I think anyone who is interested in any kind of art/creativity could find inspiration from Tim. He gives good advice about persevering and finishing everything you've started, even if you think it sucks. (As he always tells the Project Runway contestants, "Make it work!")The only thing that bothered me about this book was that it felt rather disjointed. It had a lot of good advice and a lot of really funny stories in it, but sometimes not all of it went together. Sometimes the subject would completely change between one paragraph and the next and it would be like ... what? Where did that come from? But ... oh well. I guess Tim is a fashion expert and not really a writer. Still, I enjoyed his jumble of rants and stories that made up this book. Over all, it was quite entertaining.