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📒Twentysomething ✍ Hannah Adcock
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📒Twentysomething Essays By Twentysomething Writers ✍ Matt Kellogg
✏Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers Book Summary : Selected as the winners of Random House’s national contest, a stunning collection of essays ranging from comic to poignant, personal to political, by the newest, brightest young writers you haven’t heard of . . . yet. Here, for the first time, current twentysomethings come together on their own terms, in their own words, and begin to define this remarkably diverse and self-aware generation. Tackling an array of subjects–career, family, sex, religion, technology, art–they form a vibrant, unified community while simultaneously proving that there is no typical twentysomething experience. In this collection, a young father works the late-night shift at Wendy’s, learning the finer points of status, teamwork, and french fries. An artist’s nude model explains why she’s happy to be viewed as an object. An international relief worker wrestles with his choices as he starts to resent the very people who need his help the most. A devout follower of Joan Didion explains what New York means to her. And a young army engineer spends his time in Kuwait futilely trying to grow a mustache like his dad’s. With grace, wit, humor, and urgency, these writers invite us into their lives and into their heads. Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers is a rich, provocative read as well as a bold statement from a generation just now coming into its own. Praise for Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers “Being in your twenties is weird. The world tells you you’re a grown-up, but damn if you feel like one. With 29 sharply observant and well-written snapshots of life between the ages of 19 and 30, Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers couldn’t have captured this more perfectly.” –Nylon “You’ll devour this compilation of essays by funny, smart, insightful young writers in just a few hours.” –Jane Magazine “[Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers offers] a wide variety of experience. . . . If we are still looking for a voice for this generation, I’d nominate this eclectic choir instead.” –Orlando Sentinel “[Ranging] from playful and absurd to poignant and earnest . . . [Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers is] a bold reminder that this generation is extremely diverse and very capable. . . . These essays will speak to you no matter your age.” –Austinist.com “Delightful . . . Whether admitting they are only just beginning to see their own parents as people or struggling to balance graduate study and parenthood, the essayists blend morbid irony and idealism. . . . This highly readable collection of voices is more assured and memorable than one might have expected from such a venture.” –Publishers Weekly “Earnest, honest, and well-written . . . a propitious look at writers coming of age right now, and it’s a pleasant surprise.” –The Phoenix (Boston) “A slice of Gen Y life: everything from OCD, rape, and depression to a nude-art-class model, online communities, and how to find (and keep) a drummer. Pick up your copy.” –[email protected] (Boston) “The essays . . . have an urgency, an immediacy, even as the subject matter runs the gamut from sex to death.” –Los Angeles Times Book Review From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒Twentysomething ✍ Margaret Feinberg
✏twentysomething Book Summary : 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.
📒Twentysomething ✍ Samantha Henig
✏Twentysomething Book Summary : A mother-daughter writing team reports on what's really up with kids today Science writer Robin Marantz Henig and her daughter, journalist Samantha Henig, offer a smart, comprehensive look at what it's really like to be twentysomething—and to what extent it’s different for Millennials than it was for their Baby Boomer parents. The Henigs combine the behavioral science literature for insights into how young people make choices about schooling, career, marriage, and childbearing; how they relate to parents, friends, and lovers; and how technology both speeds everything up and slows everything down. Packed with often-surprising discoveries, Twentysomething is a two-generation conversation that will become the definitive book on being young in our time. "The fullest guide through this territory . . . A densely researched report on the state of middleclass young people today, drawn from several data sources and filtered through a comparative lens." —The New Yorker
📒The Twentysomething Soul ✍ Tim Clydesdale
✏The Twentysomething Soul Book Summary : Today's twentysomethings have been labeled the "lost generation" for their presumed inability to identify and lead fulfilling lives, "kidults" for their alleged refusal to "grow up" and accept adult responsibilities, and the "least religious generation" for their purported disinterest in religion and spirituality. These characterizations are not only unflattering -- they are wrong. The Twentysomething Soul tells an optimistic story about American twentysomethings by introducing readers to the full spectrum of American young adults, many of whom live purposefully, responsibly, and reflectively. Some prioritize faith and involvement in a religious congregation. Others reject their childhood religion to explore alternatives and practice a personal spirituality. Still others sideline religion and spirituality until their lives get settled, or reject organized religion completely.Â Drawing from interviews with more than 200 young adults, as well as national survey of 1,880 twentysomethings, Tim Clydesdale and Kathleen Garces-Foley seek to change the way we view contemporary young adults, giving an accurate and refreshing understanding of their religious, spiritual, and secular lives.
📒Ruminations On Twentysomething Life ✍ Aaron Karo
✏Ruminations on Twentysomething Life Book Summary : A sequel to the popular Ruminations on College Life is drawn from the author's e-mail columns and features anecdotes and observations on the post-college years, in a volume that features such topics as getting a job and exploring the city nightlife. Original. 30,000 first printing.
📒Help Your Twentysomething Get A Life And Get It Now ✍ Thomas Nelson
✏Help Your Twentysomething Get a Life And Get It Now Book Summary : An up-to-date guide for parents of kids in their twenties, this insightful resource gives proactive strategies for dealing with today's over-tolerant, media-driven, issue-crazed society. Includes how to measure maturity, whether or not to remodel the basement, guidance on dealing with lifestyle disagreements and spiritual issues, and whether or not to help financially. Help Your Twentysomething Get a Life...And Get It Now guides parents in helping without enabling or manipulating, encouraging their twentysomething to make wise decisions and take responsibility for all areas of their life.
📒Twentysomething ✍ Denny Rydberg
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📒Twentysomething ✍ Lawrence J. Bradford
✏Twentysomething Book Summary : Frustrated managers across the nation are complaining that the new worker has no work ethic, is materialistic, asks only What's in it for me? and doesn't even have entry-level skills. Now Twentysomething offers managers in all types of businesses a practical guide to better understand and manage their young employees.
📒In Case You Were Wandering ✍ Travis Miller
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