SAYING ‘FUCK IT’ HELPS. IT REALLY DOES.
John & Gaia have been running Fuck It Retreats in Italy for 10 years. They wrote the international bestselling Fuck It books.
They live with their sons near the beach in Italy – spending their time walking on the beach and helping people around the world find freedom through a brilliant profanity.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF F**K IT
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We are John & Gaia. We said ‘F**k It’ to our careers in London and escaped to Italy in 2004.
We led our first F**k It Retreat in 2005.
We then wrote the bestselling F**K IT BOOKS (600,000 sold in 25 languages).
We have 1 million followers on Facebook.
All because… F**K IT HELPS… It really does. Saying F**k It relaxes us, helps us let go, do more what we please and feel more free.
Just say it now, to something that’s bothering you or causing you pain… And feel the RELEASE and the FREEDOM.
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Some Popular F**k It Videos for Your Delectation
The Original F**k It Video
About ‘F**k It’ being a spiritual way – we created this video for the release of the first book back in 2008.
It gained half a million views pretty quickly.
The Current F**k It Book
This is for the book ‘F**k It – Do What You Love’.
It’s a message from aliens to humankind – encouraging us to do what we love.
Shocking F**k It Retreats Video
We still get complaints about this one – it features our boys (eight at the time) talking about how tough life is and how ‘F**k It helps you survive.
‘Face Your Fear’ Video
This is an extract from the ‘F**k It Therapy’ book, set to one of John’s F**k It tracks.
We all get scared, this is how F**k It can work around that fear.
The F**k It Blogs
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Yesterday, I was doing the washing-up after dinner and picked up (and washed) the lid of an ice-cream carton (you know what a gooey mess that can be), as I thought it was finished and I could then drop it into the plastic recycling. Twenty minutes later, as I'm...read more
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