White Girl Problems was a cute and easy read. The book was written as a memoir by Babe about her struggle growing up in Bel Air. I loved that she told about the hardships she faced with total seriousness even though the problems were ridiculous, and as her therapist said, were ones only a rich white girl could have. Each chapter focused on a different catastrophe: failed extravagant birthday parties, relationship challenges with her gay best friend, and getting kicked out of several colleges due to parking issues and wardrobe lies. Babe was a self-centered stock character for most of the book, but it was that materialistic and self-absorbed view that made her observations so endearing. I especially appreciated all the drawings in the book of the outfits Babe wore to the events she attended. This was a light read that I really enjoyed!