* Finally embrace your inescapable age
* Learn how to adult the right way with this easy guide
* From books to kitchen appliances, you’ll want everything
Whether you’re a recent college graduate or just someone who just can’t quite master the art of “adulting,” there is no denying that taking full control of your life can be a little stressful regardless of your age. Luckily, there are plenty of helpful resources to guide you in the right direction. Read on to check out our ultimate SPY guide to all things adulting for answers to the questions you’ve wanted to ask.
The Ultimate Guide to Cleaning… Everything
Let’s face it, life is dirty. That’s why we put together this list of how to clean everything. Whether you’re a techie who frets of smudged touchscreens, a sneakerhead who wants bright white kicks or just want some advice on keeping the house tidy, check out link below for 11 ways to clean up your act.
Essential Items You Should Have in Your Kitchen
Whether you fancy yourself a gourmet chef, or just want to whip up something quick and tasty, the ingredients you cook with will only take you so far. The other key to preparing a solid meal is to equip yourself — and your kitchen — with solid, reliable cooking devices. Here are five to help you out in the kitchen.
For the Newly Graduated
From what to check for when you’re looking at a prospective apartment to navigating workplace romances, there’s so much they don’t teach you in college, it could fill a book. Thankfully for new grads, that book has been published. Based on Kelly Williams Brown’s blog comes Adulting: How to Become a Grown-up in 468 Easy(ish) Steps.
How to Reduce Your Utility Bills
Looking to save money? Check out this list of helpful products that are not only good for the environment, but good for your home environment and wallet too. You’ll love these unique, price-friendly and eco-friendly devices. Click for more info and to see how to try them for yourself.
Learning How to Cook
Whether you’re leaving home for the first time or just never got around to learning the art of cooking, you’re not alone. Thousands of Americans rely solely on take-out for their daily sustenance. Luckily, cooking is a skill that can be acquired at any stage of life. With the help of books, video tutorials and a few kitchen tools, you’ll soon be challenging Mario Batali to an Iron Chef duel. Invest in these kitchen essentials to begin your journey to food freedom.
Home Essentials You Should Own by Age 30
Post-college home decor is all about stocking up on the essentials and beginning to grow your home furnishing collection. But once you’ve reach your mid-twenties, college-era plastic red cups used for beer pong, shouldn’t be used in lieu of actual glasses, nor should you still be sleeping in your twin bed from your parents’ house. By 30, you should be starting to build your collection and should already have a few essential items that really cement (and display) your grown-up status. It’s time to start actually adulting. Find out more in link below.
Online Classes to Help You Get Started
Whether you’re a recent college graduate who’s just figuring life out, or you’re a 30-something who needs a little guidance, we’ve found the answer for you. Udemy has got some great online courses for folks who need a little help growing up. Each course comes with full lifetime access and can be accessed via mobile or through the TV; self-improvement has never been easier. Here are six online courses to help you start adulting.
The Book to Help You Become a Functional Adult
Lifestyle vlogger and social media influencer, Arden Rose, wants you to know that when it comes to adulting, you’re not alone. In her new book, “Almost Adulting: All You Need to Know to Get It Together (Sort Of) ,” Rose offers a hilarious guide to growing up in a series of essays, lists and artwork that will teach readers how to dress, travel, and date — all in Rose’s signature, quirky voice.