Publisher : Thomas Nelson (March 9, 2021)
Paperback : 320 pages
The ultimate, one-stop-shop resource for successfully navigating life’s most bewildering period.
Every twentysomething has one overriding question: How do I deal with all the things? For those asking, Nora Bradbury-Haehl’s essential go-to guide provides the answer. An approachable, easy-to-digest resource, The Twentysomething Handbook offers guidance for the practical aspects of life—work, food, money, a roof overhead—while at the same time addressing the hunger for meaning, connection, and purpose.
The Twentysomething Handbook addresses the full range of life’s challenges, including how to
- furnish and decorate an apartment inexpensively, live with others (roommates or family), share tasks, handle conflict, and deal with landlords;
- hunt for a job, thrive at work, budget, do taxes, handle insurance, and feed yourself;
- find new friends, grow your friendships, combat loneliness, and build a network of support;
- meet people, date responsibly, establish boundaries, survive a breakup, and recognize unhealthy relationships; and
- break bad habits, establish good ones, deal with loss, define your values, dream big, and find your purpose.
With “Twentysomething Talk” from other young adults and “Now Do This” tips to start taking action, The Twentysomething Handbook offers encouragement, guidance, and the practical advice necessary for dealing with the problems all of us face—but don’t always handle smoothly the first time around.
Nora Bradbury-Haehl is the co-author of The Freshman Survival Guide and a nationally recognized voice in the conversation about young people and religion. For more than twenty-five years she’s worked with youth and young adults in churches, camps, and interfaith programs forming young people in faith, providing pastoral care, companioning them through the challenges and joys of young adulthood, and building caring supportive communities for and with them. An experienced and inspiring speaker, Nora has been a frequent presenter at churches, schools, and the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC), leading workshops for large groups of young people and their adult leaders.
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