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Get it Together: A Guide to Surviving Your Quarterlife Crisis

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This is a constructive and down-to-earth guide to all the milestones you face in your twenties - first job, debt, considering pensions, redundancy, buying a place or renting, moving in together - and how to deal with them. Get It Together is structured in four parts - Work, Money, Housing and Relationships - and examines the problems they raise as well as providing lists o ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 31st 2005 by Hodder Paperbacks (first published May 10th 2004)
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Jacqueline Rondeau-Pilnick
This book helped me a lot! There are a lot of differences from the US to the UK but there are also a lot of similarities. I think everyone suffering through their quarter life crisis needs to read this, just for the hell of it. Just to know that other people out there are struggling too.
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One of good references for how to get through the quarter life crisis. "Get it Together" before its too late. You decide.

Whilst my twentysomething crisis went to the other way round. All was great.
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Glad to hear the bewildering time post-uni is not soley the condition of this English Lit student.
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