This book has many funny ideas and some serious ideas. Silly things like changing your hair, holding a karaoke night, and purposely getting lost in town. Some serious subjects such as thinking about your future, eating healthy, and helping out at a shelter. The book provides insightful tips on renting your own apartment and alcohol. Overall this book gives readers new things to try before becoming a full fledged adult.
Although this book is listed as nonfiction, I feel that it has comedy in it. The witty remarks make me feel like the author is actually talking to me instead of telling me what to do. Some of the things to do were very silly and some of them were something that someone could actually consider doing. Overall the book was just a fun read for me.