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Multiple times I have referenced Christine Hassler’s book 20 Something 20 Everything. I finished it a few months ago and still cannot stop raving about it and recommending it to friends. The book is nonfiction, technically in the genre of “self help” I guess. But Hassler does not take a preachy, holier than though, or even slightly condescending approach. She relays stories of her own life and interviews of other 20 somethings as examples of what “to do” in some cases and what “not to do” in others.
Overall she addresses problems 20 somethings often face. Namely, the idea that we think we have to have it all figured out in our 20’s. 20 somethings often feel that we must lay flawless foundations for our careers, find our significant others, get married, have children, solve world hunger, win a nobel prize…etc. All in one decade. And she does exactly…
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