Congrats, You’ve Graduated! Now What?: A Read List

Congrats, grad! The time has finally come: you’ve tackled your last finals and made it to the light t the end of the years-long tunnel that is college, and now you’re an adult! Right? Well sure, but what does it actually mean to adult in the “real world”? Whether you’re worried about money or landing a job or finding your purpose, we’ve got a handful of books that will ease your turbulent entry into adulthood.


Broke Millennial

Sure, we all want a top-notch love life. We all day dream and have mentally decorated our dream apartment. And it goes without saying you’re working hard to find a job that meets your passions. But let’s face it, you’re broke. It’s tough prioritizing when all you can think about is whether you’ve got enough money to eat, never mind go out. But don’t fret—in Broke Millennial, financial expert Erin Lowry goes beyond the basics to tackle tricky money matters and situations most of us face daily—like how to split the check with friends who earn more $$ or how to deal with a Bridezilla friend who doesn’t realize you don’t have the funds for her bachelorette party in Cancun and an expensive bridesmaids dress.

Learn more here and take a look inside.


Rich20Something

What if we had “the only guide you need to stop wasting your potential and create a kickass career you care about”? Sounds too good to be true, right? How could we have a book that helped you perfect your business plan? Or got you that big promotion? Or gave you the secrets to become a digital guru? If you don’t believe us, check out RICH20SOMETHING for yourself.

Learn more here and take a look inside.

 


Adult-ish

Much like your parents recorded your first baby (literal) steps, now you can keep track of your first (figurative) baby steps into the real world. This hand-lettered and illustrated gift-ready journal helps you remember your first job, the first plant you kept alive, your first post-grad relationship, and much more. So congratulations—you’re now an adult! (Sort of…)

Learn more here and take a look inside.


Adulthood for Beginners

Ok, so now you’ve graduated, what are some things you need to figure out ASAP? Making dates suck less. How not to be an asshole. The dos, don’ts, and ABSOLUTE DO NOTs of resume writing. Luckily, Andy Boyle’s got you covered with his funny and useful book of advice.

Learn more here and take a look inside.


The Quarter-Life Breakthrough

So far, we’ve set you up pretty well for a successful life after graduation: some money advice, tips for the ultimate entrepreneur, and even something to help you remember and record this exciting time. But what about purpose? This may seem a bit more difficult a feat to achieve at a young age, but Adam “Smiley” Poswolsky shows you that it’s possible to find meaning in the workplace and pay your rent.

Learn more here and take a look inside.


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