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Twentysomething Girl: 1001 Quick Tips and Tricks to Make Your Life Easier

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Did you know that spritzing vodka on your clothes can kill musty odors? That airline tickets are the cheapest on Tuesdays? And that exboyfriendjewelry.com is a reputable place to peddle old baubles from your ex? These are just a few of the 1,001 bite-sized pieces of wisdom that fill the pages of the fun, friendly, and practical Twentysomething Girl.

As anyone who has survived their twenties knows, it can be both an exciting and chaotic time as one makes the transition from ...

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Overview

Did you know that spritzing vodka on your clothes can kill musty odors? That airline tickets are the cheapest on Tuesdays? And that exboyfriendjewelry.com is a reputable place to peddle old baubles from your ex? These are just a few of the 1,001 bite-sized pieces of wisdom that fill the pages of the fun, friendly, and practical Twentysomething Girl.

As anyone who has survived their twenties knows, it can be both an exciting and chaotic time as one makes the transition from college co-ed to young professional. This go-to guide covers categories including everything from finance and fashion to careers and entertaining, with quick tips that will aid any twentysomething girl in mastering the balance between work and play. The authors, veteran magazine editors and current freelance writers, have tapped every applicable outlet—professionals, print publications, web resources, celebrities, and real twentysomethings—to fashion the most indispensable book for the twentysomething girl. Whether it’s nabbing that dream job, finding time for Mr. Right, or managing your wardrobe budget, this guide reveals the secrets to keeping your sanity while having it all!

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Editorial Reviews

Nina Cherny

A must-read for all girls in their 20s who want to save money, make the right impression on their colleagues, and generally live smarter. Full of practical tips... from how to ask for a competitive salary (which most women still don't do) to how to give yourself a killer mani (advice from Deborah Lippmann, of all people). Would also make a great gift for a recent college grad!

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Katie Farrell

If you are a girl in her 20's, you need this book! It has everything from basic beauty tips to practical tips for the professional! I wish I had this book years ago, because it surely would help guide any young woman through one of the most crucial and pivoting parts of life.

Katie Heaney
“Blow-drying an eyelash curler is one of the craziest (and smartest!) beauty tips I've ever read, and that's just page 2 of this book. Twentysomething Girl is so full of similarly clever and useful advice that any reader can be sure to find plenty of wisdom she didn't know she needed. ”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611457636
  • Publisher: Arcade Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/7/2013
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 798,829
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Melissa Fiorenza began her career writing for Good Housekeeping's weekly offshoot, Quick & Simple magazine, then went on to edit at All You. She is currently an associate creative director for a social media and marketing company, as well as a freelance writer. Her work has been seen in publications such as Cosmo, Health, Green Business Quarterly, and Time Out New York.

Laura Serino has held editorial positions at Parents Magazine, Quick & Simple, and Family Circle. Her advice articles have been published in multiple national magazines. Currently, Serino works as a copywriter at L. L. Bean and founded the style blog Fore Front Fashion.

Swedish illustrator Kristina Hultkrantz, also known as EmmaKisstina, loves to draw the things around us that define who we are and make us happy… or anything pink!

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