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We need a worn and weathered guide stashed somewhere close by to help shed some light on this defining decade. That guide is this book. Expanded from the blog post '21 Secrets for Your 20s' that spread like Internet wildfire with nearly a million readers in countries, Secrets for Your Twenties will encourage, inspire, prompt a plethora of LOLs, and kick-start your life forward with its witty, honest, and hilarious wisdom-stuffed pearls to help you rock life in your twenties.
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No one saying a thing about you—good or bad. Why would they? That's where I've existed most days. How many moments have I lived in a sterile, white-walled existence where my perceived appearance is the wild card that trumps all? Well nuts to that.
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Let's overnight the fear of embarrassment to the unreachable depths of the south pole. You tackled a kid at recess. Partnered with someone for Bio Lab. Played a basketball game at the park. Got cast in a play. Moved into a dorm.
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Your 20s and 30s are deep, uncharted waters where friends are dumped in black bags never to be seen again. All those friends-are-friends-forever friends, gone—the apparent expiration date on "forever" lasting about two and a half years. Because you move. Get married.
What do you think?
Have kids. Or work a hour a week job. Keeping friendships in your 20s becomes harder than G. Joe's abs that's prison-walls-hard, people because you don't have the same shared experiences anymore. You're not going to class, then eating lunch, going to practice, eating dinner, hanging out until 2 a. Now your best friend calls and the first thought in your head might be, "Really. I don't have time. You stare at the phone as if to say "I'm sorry" as the ring lets out one last cry for help before it's sent to voicemail like a kid sent to detention for not showing up on time.
Maybe you'll call back in a day, or maybe a week. But most likely when you do, you'll get voicemail too. Then you'll begin the respected twentysomething tradition: Voicemail Tag. Almost as fun as freeze tag when we were kids, with one big difference—it's not fun at all.
So after a couple back-and-forths on voicemail, then a couple texts, then a couple Facebook messages—next thing you know your friendship has been reduced to throwing out the once-a-year "Happy B-Day!!!! If keeping up with old friends is hard, making new ones is Bruce Lee-Fists-of-Destruction harder. Between work, spouse, babies, work outside of work, and then those silly things like the need to sleep, who has time to go meet new people? And then actually go through the long, awkward process of Friending.
And the only thing harder than finding new friends post-college? Finding new couple friends post-college. Now four people to toss into the Compatibility Blender. And the only thing harder than finding couple friends post-college? Finding couple married friends with young babies who:.
Aren't on the fast track to divorce. So that by the time you finally go through all the awkward lunches, meet-and-greets, and you seal the friendship deal, one of them isn't off with their new assistant. All four adults like each other, but the baby keeps slapping yours in the face and throwing temper tantrums like a spoiled teenager who gets a Kia for her first car instead of a BMW. I think most of us went into our 20s expecting a box office smash, when instead our twentysomething story is not even going to make it to the theaters.
At least not yet. As a writer, I used to be bummed about all the time and effort I spent writing hundreds of pages that would never see the light. But as I grew as a writer I learned that you have to write a lot of really atrocious first drafts before you can find the story you need to tell. Our 20s are the same way. For many years it will be about getting words down on paper that we'll edit later. Plans will fail because that's part of Frightful First Draftdom. But five rewrites later, we'll lean back and say, "Wow, that's actually not too bad.
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