The Perfect Podcast For Your 20’s

A little over a year ago, I graduated from college and started working full time. This last year has been a whirlwind of change for me, and it keeps getting faster and more complicated to navigate… as it does for anyone in their 20’s. From navigating career growth, relationships, and finances to complicated life lessons such as car accidents, moving on your own, and dealing with rejection, there is a lot to learn at this step in our lives.

Throughout the last nearly 4 years since I started Dani Dearest, we’ve grown together in all aspects of our lives, and continue to do so as we start to step into this new territory of “adulting.”

A little while ago I asked you to take a survey and let me know where you’re at in your life, what your goals were for the next 2-3 years, what you’re struggling with right now, and what you want me to help you with. You answered and I listened.

You want to find and step onto your career path, become financially independent, and feel happy. Some of you want to graduate from grad school, some of you want to move across the country, and some of you want to get married. Some of you want to build your own business, some of you want to land your dream job, and some of you want to travel the world.

Throughout everything you said, there was one major consistency: Learning.

Learning how to budget, how to get healthy, how to nail a job interview, how to plan a wedding, how to travel frugally, how to make friends outside of school, and even learning more about me (how cool is that!?)

Dani Dearest is going to continue to be your source to learn, grow, and excel in your life and studies – like we’ve always been – but today I’m excited to offer you something more.

When thinking about what you are struggling with and want to learn about, I thought “what do I do when I am struggling with something?” My answer? Talk with my best friend, Sara. Sara and I are at very similar places in our lives, and when we’re dealing with something we sit down and talk it out for hours to find the best solution way to navigate through it. Afterall, that’s what best friends are for.

Your 20’s can often feel like you’re experiencing a Quarter Life Crisis – feeling stuck, unsure, and like you’re waiting for your life to begin. That’s why nearly a year ago I launched the Quarter Life Crisis Club Facebook Community: a place where women in their quarter life crises can connect, share, seek advice, and help others. A few months later, my friend Sara joined as my co-owner of this group, and it gave us an idea.

Enter: The Quarter Life Crisis Club Podcast

Launching today, The Quarter Life Crisis Club Podcast helps you navigate the challenges of your 20’s and excel through your quarter life crisis.

With new episodes every Wednesday, Sara and I will discuss everything and anything that we’re going through in our 20’s, and the stuff you’ve told us that you need help with and are trying to navigate right now as well! This extension of The Quarter Life Crisis Club Facebook Community and Dani Dearest is here to help you. We’ll set goals for each month to keep each other accountable, reflect on the great and terrible parts of our weeks, and occasionally have special guests join us who will help give insight into how they’re navigating their quarter life crises and what we can do to help them.

The Quarter Life Crisis Club Podcast is currently available on PodBean, Spotify, Google Play Music, and YouTube. Soon to be available on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and Google Podcasts.

Listen on Google Play Music

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Episode 1:

In this inaugural episode, Sara and I are discussing the stress and pressure that comes with finding a job at/after graduation. We are sharing our stories of what we experiences at that time in our lives and we are giving advice on how new or soon to be graduates can increase their chances of getting a job around graduation time.

If you like this episode please make sure to follow the podcast and leave a comment!



Introducing: The Quarter Life Crisis Podcast

2 thoughts on “Introducing: The Quarter Life Crisis Podcast

  • June 6, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    Totally need to check out this podcast! I am in my 20’s!!!


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