Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties by Paul Angone

I spent ten years thinking:


I’ve seen a lot of reviews that said this was a perfect book for someone in their twenties. I think that limits the audience and it’s unnecessary. This little book is full of good reminders that are needed at any age – the reminders about living for today and being ok on your own. It’s such a quick read that you’ll only need to set aside an hour or two to flip through this little package of goodness.

The dirty little secret that no admits – that even as “adults” we don’t really know what we’re doing and we’re fumbling our way through – is highlighted brilliantly in Angone’s work. It would make a great little gift for someone in your life who may not feel that they’re footing is sure, or even ones who seem like they have it all together.  With the perfect mix of humor and understanding,  Paul Angone has put together a little gem.

Disclaimer: I won a free copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads Giveaway.

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