A Mom's Point Of View: Beginning Adulthood

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Moving away from home for the first time is a big step with a lot of new responsibilities. During this transition in your life, many questions will arise about signing a lease, health insurance, personal finance, getting your credit report, to laundry. More

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About Kimberly Moreland

Kimberly Kay Moreland, started blogging many years ago to share about her family life, traveling, and technology to help parents protect their children with online safety tips. Today she writes about many things, but humor writing is her cup of tea.

Kimberly was inspired to begin writing her book when her oldest daughter Katelyn was nearing the age of adulthood. Her goal was that both of her daughters, Katelyn and Elizabeth would have a tangible reference guide whenever she was not available. She often says that she wished she had a starter guide to life when she became an adult.

Kimberly is also a dog lover and has two dogs of her own; a Chihuahua & a Doberman. Often she talks about her love of dogs. She has owned dogs since she was a young child and insists they are a part of her family.

Her travels have taken her many places that have impacted her life in a positive way. She has lived from the East Coast to the West Coast and traveled outside the country, but nothing compares to the comfort of home and family.

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Review by: Amelia Grace Treader on Jan. 17, 2015 :
Heartfelt clear and useful advice for young adults that reflects a mother's love and concern. “A Mom's Point of View” covers many of the things you need to know when you're starting out on your own. This book can save the reader untold headaches, and her parents untold panicky late night phone calls for help. Its strongest section is on financial advice. It describes common pitfalls involving credit, loans, and other financial facts of life, and suggests realistic strategies to avoid falling into them.

Another place where the book shines is in its advice on food, kitchens, household items and meal planning. Having seen my share of college dorms and student kitchens, the book ought to be on the required reading list at many universities.

Near the end, she says “Smiling is Essential.” I cannot think of any better advice for living.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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