Episode 2: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: Our Top Takeaways From Early Adulthood
In this episode, we discuss what life is really like during these early adult years. We run the gamut from what we enjoy about this time of life, what we won’t be sad to leave behind as we age, and what makes these years unique. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-2.-good-bad-ugly-our/id1201461585?i=1000380846409&mt=2
You’re up to date on a variety of trends (for the most part) and can relate to both college girls and middle aged women.
You can listen to whatever dadgum music you want and ain’t no one gonna stop you.
You still have acne (and older adults with no filter love to point it out).
Your own style emerges. Rock those carpet skirts, girrrrl.
You feel like you’re so far away from your goals, and it will take forever to achieve them. (When will I be able to buy all my clothes from Anthro, afford gifts for my friends that gift guides seem to think are affordable, and fund my blonde hair again?)
You’re making super important decisions and should probably be a little nervous. But also, grab life by the horns or whatever, and live on!
You’re starting to live life on your own terms and come into your own person; you become more confident in who you are.
Drivers license renewals? Name changes? Responsible things? Need we say more?
You begin to not be on the same track as your friends (i.e. careers, higher education, marriage, babies, moves, etc.)
Feeding those in your house good, nourishing food can be hard, but buying big cuts of meat can help. So can Rachel Hollis’ cookbook: Upscale Downhome. (Click here to visit Rachel’s website)