Whether you’re feeling shell-shocked in your first year out of college or you’ve been struggling for a few years to land the perfect job, find an apartment in your price range, or just generally figure things out, you’re likely grappling with the question that many 20-somethings face: “How do I adult?” We’ve got you covered with this Read List of primers that will help you get a head start on the rest of your life.
Leave behind the well drinks–it’s time to graduate from amateur to expert with a book that tells you how to prepare, serve, and order all varieties of alcohol so you can drink like a boss every time.
It’s easy to lose your way, so let this journal based on the classic and timeless parlor game guide you to discover who you really are–or at least to a good time—while you answer questions such as “Who are your favorite heroes in fiction?” and “What do you consider the most overrated virtue?”
With her trials and tribulations as a childhood actress, Naya Rivera from Glee has been there and done that, and here she shares more than a few hard-won life lessons—ones that will resonate with young women everywhere.
Are you filled with a sense of purpose every time you go to work? If not, then you may be in need of a Quarter-Life Breakthrough. Adam “Smiley” Poswolsky shows that it’s possible to find meaning in the workplace and pay your rent.
More than a job or apartment, finding yourself is sometimes even more difficult. This book will brighten, inspire, and guide you through those tough times.