Adult-ish: Record Your Highs And Lows On The Road To The Real World

Paperback | April 4, 2017

byCristina Vanko

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An illustrated guided journal to celebrate your adult firsts—the first “real” meal you make yourself or the first plant you manage to keep alive.

Congrats—you’re an adult now!*
 
Your first real job.

The first plant you kept alive.

The first relationship you kept alive (until further notice).

This hand-lettered and illustrated guided journal is a charming and cheeky celebration of what it means to finally be a grown-up (sort of).

From the first time you visited home without bringing dirty laundry to the first time you truly felt comfortable in your own skin, the small victories and meaningful milestones in this quirky and insightful journal make it a great gift and a fun experience for anyone winning at adulthood – the good, the bad and the OMG.
 
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An illustrated guided journal to celebrate your adult firsts—the first “real” meal you make yourself or the first plant you manage to keep alive.Congrats—you’re an adult now!*   Your first real job. The first plant you kept alive. The first relationship you kept alive (until further notice).This hand-lettered and illustrated guided jou...

CRISTINA VANKO is the author of Hand-Lettering for Everyone. A designer and illustrator, her work has been featured in Boing Boing, Design Taxi, Laughing Squid, Mashable, The Daily Mail, and elsewhere.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:April 4, 2017Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0143129813

ISBN - 13:9780143129813

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