By Christy Admiraal and Bethany Keeley-Jonker

Christy Admiraal and Bethany Keeley-Jonker went to the same college, but never at the same time. Christy is a Manhattan-based copywriter and editor, and Bethany is a communication professor at Trinity Christian College and a part-time punctuation jokester. Their shared interests include cardigans, Maximum Fun podcasts, and robots.

  1. Previously in this series. Your peer group has associate members. You have something called a Kid Kit filled with toys that you present to children with regularity, but it isn’t creepy. You hide candy in absurd places in your bedroom, but you do not have an ant problem. Each of your adventures starts with a recap of who your friends are, what they look like, and their job in your organization. You and your…