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"Adult" isn't a noun, it's a verb. Or so posits Kelly Williams Brown in this delightful book which outlines some of the steps to adulthood for those of us (read: nearly all of us) who feel like we're still not quite adult. The feeling is certainly most prevalent in young women of post-college age, grappling with living on their own, and realizing that no one ever taught them how to iron, negotiate their salary, or keep a plant alive. The book is also full of whimsical wisdom, like learning to clean before you vacation so you don't feel like a slob when you get back, or listening to NPR while you get ready for work in the morning. ADULTING will also address such topics as: Work Family Relationships (including friends, significant others and enemies) Finances Cleaning Cooking Charming ADULTING will make a great gift for college grads and birthday girls, but it'll also appeal to young twenty-somethings who aspire to feel more "together," or thirty-somethings who want to see how well they stack up.