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Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
The Young Adult's Survival Guide to Living Independently: Life Skills for Getting a Job, Moving Out, Managing Money, Budget Building, Home Making by Eli Williams is a comprehensive guidebook written for young adults who are about to embark on the journey of independent living. The book covers a wide range of subjects with topics like kickstarting your career, choosing your bank, managing your money, building your credit, a moving out guide, and much more. The author shares step-by-step guidance on a wide range of topics and it’s very helpful. The book also includes useful tips and tricks, such as how to negotiate a lease, how to build a credit score, and how to avoid common financial pitfalls. Drawing from his own experiences, Eli Williams has the knowledge to make his book highly credible.
Eli Williams’ The Young Adult's Survival Guide to Living Independently is an excellent resource for young adults who are looking to gain the skills and knowledge they need to live independently. Well-written and practical, it is a must-read for anyone who wants to successfully navigate the challenges of adulthood. The author shares his expertise in a conversational and accessible way, making the book easy to read and understand. I find the practical advice particularly helpful as the author provides step-by-step guidance on a wide range of tasks, from creating a budget to setting up a household. This book will make an excellent gift for friends and family who are just starting out on their own. Highly recommended!