How To Ruin Your Life by 30

How to Ruin Your Life by 30

By Steve Farrar

“Do drugs, don’t listen to your parents, and party ‘til the Residence Assistant comes knocking.”  This was what I expected as I picked up the simple red-covered book.  However, to my delight, the book gives the deeper level to the mistakes most 20-somethings make in a seemingly short decade.

I found the advice speaking to motives and what desires lie behind actions people regret in earlier decades.  Since it took me beyond the proverbial list of “dos and don’ts,” I found the advice refreshing.  As I gear up for my 30th birthday in six months, I have a short time to recover.  Yet I know the lessons learned will infiltrate the future decades I (hope) I have remaining.

I think it’s appropriate for any age to read, but especially those entering a new phase of life.

*I received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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