A self-help book for those who wouldn’t read a self-help book. This book goes down the back alleys of self-help that most writers tend to avoid and makes you confront the scary monsters that live there. With in-your-face writing that verbally slaps you around a bit, Adulting 101 pulls no punches, makes no apologies and completely expects you to get your sh*t straight after reading it. This isn’t the kind of book you can pretend to read because you want to feel good about other people seeing you holding it. F that. Adulting 101 expects you to do the work. Adulting 101 expects that you’ll think about all the screw ups and have an a-ha moment of “So that’s where I f***ed this up” and then fix it. It is not enough to know you f***ed up, you have to know why and then fix it. Adulting 101 will show you how. All the profanity you grew to love from How Not to be an A*****e is back in full force with very few asterisks to make the language more palatable. Using anecdotes from the author’s life to illustrate the lessons, Adulting 101 will be the go-to guide to determine beforehand if you are f***ing it up. Use now as a handbook for fixing the problems then in the future as a reference guide to keep from making the same stupid mistakes again and again.