How to do EVERYTHING
Moving out of home?
Parents nagging you to
leave the nest?
never have to eat Brussels sprouts again. No more phoning home at midnight
to say you won’t be home. No younger brother hassling you for a game of
tennis at 8am on a Sunday. And, best of all, no chance of your mum busting
in when you’re entertaining in bed!
On the other hand,
you’ll need to negotiate with employers,
real estate agents
and housemates. You’ll probably have to improvise until you can buy—using
op shop plates and Vegemite jars for wine glasses. But that’s all part of
the charm and excitement.
Then let P Eugene Le Grelier show you how to do, well, everything you
avoided up until now!
Even a little bit more money is better than not
- How to cook a steak like a pro
- Put your share house agreement on the back of the dunny door.
- Figure out if you want to live with the messy or the neat; meat-eaters or vegetarians; smokers, drinkers, drug -takers; morning people or night...
- ‘Survival’ expenses are, in order of importance, a roof over your head; food; and transport to work / study.
- The only effective way of protecting against STDs is to use condoms.
- If a friend develops mental illness a powerful way of helping is simply staying friends.
- You really don’t want to flood the sink with floaty bits of gravy and odd broccoli stalks and then wash your beer glass.
- This recipe (spaghetti puttanesca) can be made with no fresh vegetables or fruit whatsoever
- Everyone can change a tyre.
light-hearted 64-page book is packed with ideas on:
- managing money, and budgeting on a low income
- how to select accommodation
- actually moving out
- working and running your own business
- living with other people
- keeping clean (well, clean enough)
- fixing things
- keeping yourself healthy
How to do EVERYTHING, a guide for young adults leaving home is available now for just US$9.95 as an Adobe Acrobat file.
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Last modified 15 August 2010
This page was written and published by
Madeleine Kelly, a bipolar sufferer who underwent undergraduate medical
training (University of Melbourne) and who is the author of Bipolar and
the Art of Roller-coaster Riding.
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