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Publisher Description

Life in your early twenties is an exciting time—but it can also feel chaotic, filled with new adventures, relationships, and emotions. You want the years ahead to be full of opportunity, but how will you find your way? It is possible to maintain a strong sense of self while you experience all you are about to go through—moving, working, loving, losing, quitting, building, and more. You just need a little help. 

Written for anyone just starting out or suddenly starting over, this field guide—part advice book, part journal—will help you discover the very important yet not so obvious lessons to be learned in early adulthood. In these pages, Michelle Douglas shares learnings from her own life and ten-year journaling practice alongside thought-provoking prompts with valuable lessons like . . . 

• the weakness isn’t necessarily where the leak shows 

• surround yourself with people who are willing to lift while they climb 

• you can’t change the shape of a piece to force it into your puzzle 

• don’t go looking for love, go looking for things you love to do 

• it’s what you bring to the table, not how long you’ve been sitting at it 

 The biggest learning of all will be how to recognize and record lessons in the future. Equipping every twentysomething with the tools they need to enrich their life, Don’t Wear Shoes You Can’t Walk In is an accessible, indispensable guide to surviving and enjoying early adulthood.

Health & Well-Being
5 April
She Writes Press

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