twentysomething: Surviving and Thriving in the Real World
You are twentysomething and in the prime of your life. You are current, capable, cosmopolitan, and completely confused.
Thrust out of the comfortable existence of a college student and into the cold, hard reality of life in the "real world", you face a whole new array of responsibilities. You have to find a job, possibly relocate to a new city, find a place to live, figure out how to pay the bills with the entry-level salary you land, make new friends, and find a church (just to name a few)!
The good news is that you're not alone. Margaret Feinberg-twentysomething herself-wants you to know that there are tens of thousands of others facing these same challenges. "Our twenties really can be some of the best years of our lives, no matter what our landlords, bosses, parents, or anyone else says," encourages Feinberg.
Offering Scriptural insights, encouragement, humor, and practical wisdom, twentysomething confronts this "crisis" and shows you how to survive without losing your patience or your passion for life. twentysomething will inspire you to hold onto your dreams and to embark fearlessly on the journey God has for you.
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Review: Twentysomething: Surviving and Thriving in the Real WorldUser Review - Goodreads
Got this before I hit my twenties and I've picked it up a couple times since. It's fun and lighthearted while tying in scriptural advice in a subtle, practical way.
Review: Twentysomething: Surviving and Thriving in the Real WorldUser Review - Elizabeth - Goodreads
This was an encouraging look at the unsettledness that we 20-somethings in America are experiencing. Whether you're waiting on a prospective career, a permanent home, or the promise of a spouse, this is a practical pat-on-the-back with good stories and focused Scripture. Read full review
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