Guac Is Extra But So Am I

Guac Is Extra But So Am I❰KINDLE❯ ✽ Guac Is Extra But So Am I Author Sarah Solomon – Navigating the landscape of young adulthood is fraught with challenges big small and existential that leave even the best of us screaming internallyGuac Is Extra But So Am I The Reluctant Adult's Hand Navigating Extra But So Am PDF/EPUB ² the landscape of young Extra But Epub à adulthood is fraught with challenges big small and existential that leave even the best of us screaming internallyGuac Is Extra But So Am I The Reluctant Adult's Handbookexplains therealities of life people expect you to know but aren't usually spelled out through humorous biting commentary illustrations and guidance from Guac Is Epub / those who have seen it allPacked with discussions tips and advice Is Extra But So Am PDF/EPUB ² on everything from the shifting etiuette surrounding modern dating Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and tolerant of your substance abuse to how you should be forcing yourself to save for retirement We're all just a few breakdowns away from Is Extra But PDF Ç becoming an interior designer or golf pro job hunting No you cannot choose muse as a career path to the highly emotional and physical trials of moving The road to hell is paved with shag carpeting These topics and anything else that might fluster a young adult are explored and addressed with the author's trademark Is Extra But So Am PDF/EPUB ² wit and self deprecating style Add in contributions from leaders in their respective fields includingMad Money's Jim Cramer and editors ranging fromThe New York TimestoTown Country andGuac Is Extra But So Am Ibecomes an illuminating guide to what it means to be a well rounded individual in adigitally evolving world ridden with student debt and Instagram models.


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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Guac Is Extra But So Am I
  • Sarah Solomon
  • 03 March 2014
  • 9781576879139

10 thoughts on “Guac Is Extra But So Am I

  1. says:

    The title and cover were so fun all of my fellow librarians were excited to read this book However if you are over the age of 25 not much is of use Ironically this pretty much just talks about the basics of being an adult Not much extra If someone wants to write about being an adult at any age and struggling against conformity this would be an excellent title Figuring out what to buy for your kitchen and when to send a thank you doesn’t seem like guacamole to me It would make a nice graduation gift though best take away for actual reluctant adults bringing mini bottles of alcohol on a plane to make your own cocktails

  2. says:

    This book was beyond funny not to mention beautiful looking As someone in their mid twenties who does not have her shit together I appreciated the advise and humor that this book provided A must have coffee table style book that actually has a lot of content to it

  3. says:

    Eh I was hoping to read something original or personal but most of the takeaways were pretty contrived and cliche I thought the humor was funny for the first chapter then it became redundant I laughed though I did think the advice on weddings and skin care were useful

  4. says:

    Sarah Solomon's Guac Is Extra But So Am I The Reluctant Adult's Handbook is filled with an assortment of passages laced with Solomon's voice and personality The way she writes makes me want to be her friend She tells of real life experiences from not just herself but also anecdotes from peers and colleagues Solomon writes with humor in order to keep her informative passages interesting and she does this well I found her usage of modern and informal language to be interesting and engaging One of the strong characteristics of this book is the way it is organized It reminds me of reading a textbook for a math or science class It is very structured which I greatly enjoyed Another interesting part of this book was the Solomon discussed relationships and how to handle them It was interesting because she broke from her regular stylistic choice of sharing life experiences in order to give you the knowledge With this chapter she focussed less on telling her own persona; stories and relating her humor and wit to her reader There were only a few things I did not fully enjoy about Solomon’s stylistic choices The first one was that her humor was rather repetitive and she didn’t break her structure very often The second thing that I disliked about Solomon’s personal writing was that she was a bit aggressive and chose to tell rather than suggest what to do and what not to do Though it is obvious that this was intentional as it is supposed to be a sort of rulebook I felt it didn’t work with the overall message the book is supposed to send

  5. says:

    This was an interesting book The little jokesanecdotes on each page were witty and insightful and I enjoyed the frankness with which the author wrote We have very different life experiences and some parts of the book felt like they were about a whole other world but I expected some of that due to our differences in age geography upbringing and career Overall this book has a lot of good info for those of us just starting out on our own and will be a good reference for when I start to feel overwhelmed by adult life

  6. says:

    Kinda useless for most people over the age of 1819 Tries too hard with dry humor about drinking too much wow a twenty something binge drinking cheap alcohol and waking up in a dirty room how novel Not I was into it at first but by the end if the book I was so tired of that same repetitive White Girl humor

  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Both informative and entertaining it’s life advice from someone who’s been in the trenches and survived to tell about it I great college graduation present; a millennial survival guide for and all Good read

  8. says:

    Y'all know ya girl is eual parts extra and bad at adulting so I knew I needed to read this book the moment I saw it The book itself was eual parts funny and genuinely helpful It was a fun uick read so overall I would recommend it

  9. says:

    A fabulously hilarious and informative post graduation read Would highly recommend for any burgeoning adult in your life

  10. says:

    Easy read A good tongue in cheek read for a early to mid 20s person to help figure out life after college

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