Alicia Menendez sat down with Grace Helbig, the YouTube sensation and New York Times best-selling author who admits she rarely does anything sober — yet still has still managed to turn her viral videos into a wildly successful career.
Grace Helbig’s first book, “Grace’s Guide: The Art Of Pretending To Be A Grown-Up,” just took the #1 spot on the New York Times’ best-seller list. Helbig lays out 50 adult survival tips, ranging from never trusting a middle-aged man named Josh to using deodorant in every way imaginable.
Just as charming and helpful as her YouTube channel, Grace’s new book helps readers get through some of the toughest times in their lives, like surviving a breakup.
(Spoiler: It has a lot to do with penis)
(Spoiler: everything has a lot to do with penis.)
With a YouTube channel boasting nearly 2 million subscribers, credits as the executive producer and star of the feature film “Camp Tokota” and now, a New York Times best-selling author, Grace Helbig is ready to take on the world — hangover and all.