5 Must-Read Books for Women in Their 20s
If adulting came with a guide, it would be made up of these books.
Oh, adulting… How hard can it be? Quite tricky, apparently.
Making your way through your twenties sure is a lot like exploring uncharted land—you feel lost but you also discover fascinating things along your journey. Every passing day, you try your best to be the responsible adult that society expects you to be under zero supervision because you’re all grown up and—well—everything about your life is up to you now. *shudders*
If that thought scares you, we totally feel you! But stop worrying too much! After all, you’re not alone in this. There are millions of other girls out there in your exact same position right now, thinking about what life has in store for them. And trust us when we say that all of you are in for happy surprises every now and then.
Should you need a bit of help through sticky situations, though—be it budgeting your first salary or keeping your new space tidy—you might want to take a trip to your bookshop (or favorite eBook store), and pick up these titles written by women that should be read by young women like you:
“My Boyfriend Barfed in My Handbag… and Other Things You Can’t Ask Martha” by Jolie Kerr
If DIY fairy godmother Martha Stewart had read this, she’d be proud and ROFL! A hilarious take on solving life’s little emergencies such as spills, odors, and stains that are too embarrassing to explain (oops!), this practical guide by columnist Jolie Kerr is the sassy and straightforward friend you wish you met earlier.
“The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” by Mari Kond?
Before the hit Netflix show, there was the international best-selling book that made Japanese cleaning consultant Mari Kondo a household name. Named as one of the most influential books of the decade by CNN, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” will help you breath new life to your space through a detailed guide that will help you eliminate unnecessary clutter and keep items that still “spark joy” to you.
“Am I There Yet? The Loop-De-Loop, Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood” by Mari Andrew
Witty, honest, and just downright doodle, this delightful illustrated guide to adulting by Instagram sensation Mari Andrew takes on topics including loss, adventure, and ambition—among others—through essays and colorful drawings, proving that you’re never too old to enjoy books with pictures.
“The Little Book of Life Hacks: How to Make Your Life Happier, Healthier, and More Beautiful” by Yumi Sakugawa
From effective remedies to remove dark circles under your eyes (in case you’ve been binge-watching on Netflix) to taking the perfect afternoon power nap to fuel you for the rest of the day, “The Little Book of Life Hacks: How to Make Your Life Happier, Healthier, and More Beautiful” is a definite must-read for recent graduates and young working women who are looking for ways to organize and improve their everyday life while still having fun.
“Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping by and Get Your Financial Life Together” by Erin Lowry
Understanding money has never been easier, with financial expert Erin Lowry’s “Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping by and Get Your Financial Life Together.” Packed with smart and savvy how-tos to address real-life examples of various money concerns, this surprisingly hilarious finance book will help you become a financial badass in no time!
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