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F*ck! I'm in My Twenties Paperback – August 22, 2012
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The book picks up a lot from the blog, but is also loaded with new material and new, witty comments about a typical 20-something year old's love life, career life, and social life is like.
Definitely worth picking up, regardless if you are a successful 20-something year old or you are like me and just hoping there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
You can literally finish the book in less than 10 minutes as it was mostly pictures/ drawings, so don't expect much value in reading this book. All I learned was how the authors life was and the very questionable things the author & her friends may have done. Sure we all have misconceptions about our careers, life, where our degrees can take us and have all done some stupid stuff when we are in our 20s, but the author seems to glorify them instead of them being precautions. For example, being misguided about relationships or your relationship status, doesn't give you a reason to have sex with lots of random strangers just because your twenty.
If you really want to learn how to make the most of your 20s or creating a road-map for your life, THIS IS NOT THE BOOK. Luckily I bought the Kindle edition and was able to get a refund.
It's very colorful and fun and I know we all have that F*ck, when did I grow up moment!!! This book will give you a light-hearted approach to being a twenty-something!!
I think it's comforting no matter what age we are, to know we're not alone with a lot of the feelings, hardships & struggles we're experiencing & that it's ok to laugh at much of it too. To not take it all so seriously. This author has a way of balancing truth with sensitivity & humor without carrying on too long about anyone thing. (much like I know I can do as a parent from time to time).
I think it's a must read for most all 20 something's. Of course not every book is for everyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved how the book look on the kindle and I like the key points made in the book to accurately explain my lifePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Funny book that every girl in their twenties can relate to.
Mostly diagrams and drawings, not a traditional book
The book was entertaining but not exactly my cup of tea. I was expecting more of a story rather than random sections that did not go together.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the images and laughed Aloud at several! I went in thinking this book was going to be more text-intensive, though. Definitely not what I expected.Published 6 months ago by Liz
Emma Koenig reminds us that it's okay not to have everything figured out by your twenties in her F*ck I'm in My Twenties: A Guided Journal. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cherie Reich
It is a super cute, easy to follow, some what journal style of writing and it is perfect for that 20 something girl who has nothing figured out, yet.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Couldn't wait to read this, there was no reading but 2-3 pages. The rest was scribbles as if I was reading a journal full of quotes, some were funny but I couldn't relate as much... Read morePublished 7 months ago by maribel avalos