"What do you do when you hit your twenties and realize the life you knew for the last two decades has been changed, twisted, or hash-tagged into something you weren't expecting?"
You figure out what matters and start moving forward again. Here's the stuff you really need to know about relationships, work, faith, and friends in your grown-up life:
Secret #12 Your twenties will produce more failures than you'll choose to remember. The key is: when you fail, don't begin calling yourself a failure.
Secret #35 "The Freshman-Fifteen" is nothing compared to the "Cubicle-Cincuenta." Don't sit at your computer perched like a Roman gargoyle letting office birthday cake be forced upon you.
Secret #44 "Obsessive Comparison Disorder" is the smallpox of our generation. Remember that everyone is too busy putting a PR spin on their Facebook profile to care much about yours.
Secret #70 Your twenties are a process of making faith your own apart from your parents and childhood.
Secret #99 If at some point between the ages of twenty-two and twenty-seven, you feel like you're six years old again, lost and alone at the San Diego Zoo (I mean, it's a "really "big zoo), frantically searching for a familiar face-"hold tight, " you're experiencing a Quarter-Life Crisis. Stay put. Pray a lot. And in no time, someone will call your name across the loud speaker to tell you where you can be found.
These and ninety-six other secrets for post-college, grown-up life will be revealed in this new book