Have you ever felt lost, anxious or panicky about adulthood? Have you spent a hungover Sunday crying into a bowl of cereal? Have you scrolled through Instagram and felt nothing but green-eyed jealousy?

How to be a Grown-Up’ is part memoir, part advice book. It is written from an honest, witty, personal point of view. It provides comforting support that is relatable. It lets the reader know that the problems that we are facing are not unusual and provides advice to help you to become more successful and confident.

Daisy doesn’t shy away from tricky topics. She talks about her own struggle with panic attacks, mental health, body image, complicated friendships and work (amongst others). There are topics for everyone.

This book is helping people who are already grown-ups, how to be a ‘grown-up’. It’s aimed at twenty / thirty – somethings, although I think this is a great read for any age. This book helps you to understand that you aren’t alone and makes you feel better about life.

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6 thoughts on “Book Review: ‘How to be a Grown-Up’ by Daisy Buchanan

    1. Yeah the topics are so relatable. It’s a good read; lets you know you aren’t alone in the thoughts you’re thinking.

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