Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties by Paul AngoneSeptember 12, 2021
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If you are in your 20’s you probably have gotten to a point where you feel everything is falling apart, or not adding up. We’ve all been there, trust me. This is a phase that is full of unknowns and learning steps.
Paul Angone’s book, 101 Secrets for Your Twenties has all you need to navigate through this stage of life.
The book juggles humour, real-life advice and easy-to-read notes. It expands on advice that everyone in their 20’s should know before venturing out into the real world. The advice that Paul shares make one to realize that they are not alone in tjisy journey.
Being twenty-something can feel like death by unmet expectations.
Each chapter resonates with day-to-day life of any 20-something year old. The chapters flow with different guidance and examples through humour and real life stories from Paul’s life.
Paul hangs all of his dirty laundry out there to help all of us feel as though we are connected through shared experiences, thoughts and reflections.
He also shares his personal experiences e.g marriage an career just so to drive his points home and also to show that he’s been there and done that.
The book doesn’t sugar coat any aspect of being in your 20’s. It slaps you with all the truth. It highlights several issues such as: losing friends, feeling lost, and lonely. Paul points out that it’s okay to seek help if need be.
The book will make you understand this phase of life and realize you are not alone. Life can be difficult, nd sometimes we get caught up in situations that push us to the wall, but we aren’t the only ones going through that.
I highly recommend this book to any 20-something-year-old out there. It is available on Amazon.