Navigating Route 20-Something
We enter our twenties dreaming of a joyride of adventure and potential. Sometimes reality exceeds our hopes. But often confusion and disillusionment cloud our view, leaving us to wonder, “Just how do you work this thing called adulthood?”
Thirtysomething Erin Keeley Marshall doesn’t claim to have life all figured out. But she’s learned a thing or two about avoiding hazards and lets you in on what she’s discovered along the way. They’re signposts, really—bits of advice such as:
Comparison is the death of contentment.
You or your fears—one will win. Make sure it’s you.
When relying on God, waiting is not a waste of time.
Navigating Route 20-Something offers wise counsel to keep you out of the ditch and on your way toward a life full of purpose and free of regret.