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25 Books to Help You Survive Your Mid-20s
Like most people in their mids, I have a strong penchant for caffeinated beverages, fast Internet, cool shoes, and good advice. I bet you do, too. We have a lot of things figured out: how to eat kale without doing our taste buds a disservice two words: bacon fat , online banking, and putting together Ikea furniture hacking it, too. We may have even decoded how to control our skin freakouts, even though Seventeen magazine promised our faces would clear by now lies, all lies. In all of our mental clutter, we've always been able to turn to books. Here's one reading list made specifically for those of us in the tumult of mids-hood: 25 books that'll pave the path straight to true adulthood.
Why say "single" like it's a bad thing? One of the great perks of being unattached is the free time -- time that can be spent catching up on all the great reading you've been meaning to do for the last five years. Here's a list of the best choices for those blissfully quiet summer evenings. Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace Because once you get into a relationship, you'll never enough alone time to finish this beast and it really is worth finishing. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Because you need the occasional reminder that the guy you were in love with at age 10 isn't actually a worthy partner at age The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera Because if you read this book while you are dating someone you will definitely, definitely break up.
Although it's increasingly common, being single isn't celebrated in the media with the same fervor and frequency as being in a relationship.
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BEING SINGLE IN YOUR LATE 20s
My personal feelings on how to date in your 20s are mixed. I know I'm doing something right when I can power through a night drinking cocktails with a stranger who spends an hour detailing the intricacies of his dental work on a Monday night For the record, there was nothing wrong with the teeth guy. He was just more vanilla than a Mr. Softee ice cream cone. But solidarity comes in many forms, and reading books about dating in your 20s have made me feel better about all the conversations I've had about dental work on dates over the years. We all know that dating in your 20s is a different experience today than it has been in generations past — your parents, grandparents, and the checkout lady at the grocery store have all already reminded you of that.
And now I want to share those books with you! Isaacs — For any single woman who has ever had moments of feeling like God has forgotten you…this book is for you. A friend introduced me to this book and all I had to do was read the back cover to be sold. Wildly funny and exceptionally moving, this book had me laughing hysterically one minute and crying just as hysterically the next. Does Susan find her Happily Ever After at the end of the book?