Life Skills: How to Cook, Clean, Manage Money, Fix Your Car, Perform CPR, and Everything in Between (Paperback)
A Book of Necessary Skills to Help You Function and Thrive in Everyday Life!
Do you want to be an independent adult that knows how to live life to its full potential? Do you want to be the one that everyone comes to for advice? You’ve picked up the right book! Full of useful advice and practical skills that everyone should know, this comprehensive how-to guide will provide you with the essential knowledge you need to tackle life’s everyday challenges. From the little things, like how to boil an egg or treat a blister, right up to the big things, like speaking in public, this handy little book will arm you with all the skills you need to navigate life in the real world like a pro. This book provides positive answers to possibly embarrassing questions:
- Could you build a campfire?
- Are you able to sew on a button?
- Do you know how to negotiate a pay raise?
- Can you cook pasta?
- Do you know how to remove those stains?
- And more!
If the answer to any of the above is no, then don’t worry—you’re not alone. Luckily, this book is here to give you a helping hand both inside and outside the home. Life Skills will provide you with all the vital skills necessary to living a functional and capable life!
About the Author
Julia Laflin works in the creative development and marketing of multimedia content for museums, art galleries, sports venues and attractions, plus healthcare apps. She’s been in love with books ever since tackling The Little Red Hen at nursery school, so writing them became the way to go. Published non-fiction includes Silver – A Practical Guide to Collecting Silverware (Apple Press) and The New Covent Garden Soup Company’s Soup & Beyond (Macmillan). The House at Roc Noir is an indie-published novella set in Corsica. Julia lives in London and pines for the seaside.