Of course, you'll appreciate "Nancy Drew's Guide To Life" by Jennifer Worick a heckuva lot more if , indeed, you are a Nancy Drew fan and remember the storylines from her books...
Nevertheless, I think you will find it all good, sound advice...and now, just a few nuggets to bring a grin to your face this absolutely GORGEOUS Sunday morning (at least it is where I live...):
Moxie and a good sense of balance are essential when crawling on a roof ~ from The Hidden Staircase
When bound and gagged, you can still tap out HELP in Morse code to attract attention ~ from The Clue of the Tapping Heels
If you hear the telltale sounds of a helicopter, step away from a blaze in the fireplace. The copter might send a downdraft into the chimney and shower sparks all over your sleek coif. ~ from The Mystery of the 99 Steps
Dating: A Primer
Make your date work for you-- send him on B-level errands you can't seem to fit into your busy schedule. ~ The Clue in the Diary
A forceful and skilled dance partner will make you forget everything on your mind. ~ The Clue of the Velvet Mask
If a guy's hunch results in a dead-end, don't flaunt your better judgement and intuition in front of him. Smirk secretly to yourself. ~ The Phantomof Pine Hill
After receiving an electrical shock to the system, find as many men as possible to vigorously massage you. ~ Mystery of the Glowing Eye
Next Up: Nancy's nuggets on sleuthing, etiquette,and -- something we may all need in our retirement depending on the status of our 401ks -- wilderness tips.