Shifting to the Business of Life : A Survival Guide for Young Adults
Parents, are you teaching your kids all they need to know to survive in life? Kids, is your graduation looming on the horizon? Are you scared to death about what lies ahead? I mean, what will you do: Will you move out? How will you survive if you do? Do you have a job? Do you know what it will cost to live on your own? This one-of-a-kind book explains all the things you need to know in order to survive once you move out of your parent's house. It contains information for over 100 topics from your internet presence, payroll deductions, to banking, renting your first apartment and marriage. ANYONE who has every puzzled over the phrase, "24 months same as cash," or doesn't understand what it means to "maintain their own car" will find the answers in this amazing book! And when I say "anyone," I mean anyone: Male or female, high school or college students, military personnel, and especially young adults who are on the verge of "aging" out of the foster care system. So keep a copy near and dear to wherever life takes you, knowing it will contain the information you need, when you need it!
- Paperback | 172 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 259g
- 08 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Janet M Nast
Janet M. Nast is an author, an IT professional, a skilled presenter, and an inveterate advice-giver. She's the proud mother of two young, successful adults, and grandmother of two beautiful children. Janet and her husband, Tom, are long-time residents of Southern California.