“Q1: A Survival Guide to Adulting is about preparing for adulthood, but it isn't just for teens on the threshold of becoming adults. It's about adults who may not realize that the infamous midlife crisis holds elements similar to this transition point in life, as well as those who interact or work with teens at the final stage of realizing their adult capabilities and dreams.”

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Her stories and anecdotes are marvelous and seem to pose the argument that if this admittedly flawed and fallible author can make a go of adulting and be successful at it, why can’t the reader? I appreciated how she begins her work with a discussion of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and offers her own personal take on it. 

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