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Grace's Guide by Grace Helbig
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it was amazing

A helping hand in disguise! Don't be fooled by the sarcasm, this book actually is a legitimate guide to being a grown-up. Written in her signature witty charm, Grace's voice infuses this pseudo-self-help guide with humour, reflection, and true understanding of what it's like to be an 'adultolescent'. Filled with nuggets of wisdom on each page(and some of mom's timeless advice)this book is thoroughly enjoyable to read. As a young, 22 year old facing the challenges of finding myself and standing on my own two feet, I couldn't have asked for a more appropriate guide to navigating the choppy seas of adulthood. Despite Grace's signature sign-off, "I don't know", she proves she really does know. And she is kind enough to share her life happenings with us in the hopes of helping us grow into adulthood with a few less bumps in the road. The internet's older sister has brought her wisdom to the literary world, and I couldn't be more excited!

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Reading Progress

October 21, 2014 – Started Reading
October 21, 2014 – Shelved
October 25, 2014 – Finished Reading

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