Like the tagline says it’s a blog about “trying to help fill out the pages of the missing manual on being an adult”.
There are a lot of topics not covered in school (or not covered enough) that are important to living life as an independent adult. Practical topics like how to cook, how to make a budget and stick to it, how to get and compare terms of a loan, as well as less practical but equally important topics like thinking critically about advice you receive and why you should ask a lot of questions.
This aims to be a resource to help others understand these topics through experiences and research compiled by me.
You may be asking…
Canadian adult lacking any professional credentials that would qualify him to give advice - writing about stuff he’s learned and hoping it’s helpful to others.
I am not:
All that to say: the posts on this blog are written from my experiences – the hope is that they’re are informational and not prescriptive. I do what I can to provide useful information supported by external resources but any advice I give on this blog should be verified by you, the reader.
I’m just a guy who’s figured out a few things about being an adult and would like to share those with you in the hope that it helps you figure out this thing called adulthood.