Thirty-Life Crisis: Navigating My Thirties, One Drunk Baby Shower at a Time
There’s no guide to becoming an adult. When you’re younger, you think there will be this moment, this line you cross, and you’ll pass from childhood to adulthood in one fell swoop. But, in reality, I know plenty of people in their thirties that are still wondering when the moment will hit, or where the line is.
YouTuber, writer, and actress Lisa Schwartz knows all about this, and her first book, Thirty-Life Crisis, explores that conundrum with humor and heart. A memoir loaded with honest, hilarious confessional stories about anxiety, the evolution of friendship, relationships, success, and more, this book is a mix of everyone’s thoughts after about age 25 (rendered in far more entertaining dialogue, of course) and a deep, late-night conversation with a friend you can rely on. You know, the one that doesn’t judge you for spills, sloppy moments, or flat-out freak-outs.
Effortlessly relatable and yet inimitably unique, Thirty-Life Crisis shares hard-won lessons from life, learned both privately and in front of a camera for millions of YouTubers to see. You may not have lived these exact moments, but boy, do you sympathize and empathize with the feelings they spark.
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|Page Count||256 pages|
|Publisher||Grand Central Publishing|
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|Category||Biographies & Memoirs|