Oh, the dreaded quarter-life crisis. It can strike anytime from your mid-20s to early 30s, and leave you feeling like a total failure. In a world where we’re meant to have solid life goals and full careers by the age of 25 is it any wonder that quarter-life crisis anxiety is a thing? The pressure to be living that Instagram perfect life right now can feel oppressive at times, but there’s plenty of evidence that proves there’s no time limit on figuring out your life. Need proof? Look no further than TV, where shows about millennials grappling with the reality of modern life are plentiful and reassuring.
The 11 shows on this list will make you feel heard, understood, and ultimately better about not having the perfect career, a house, and 2.5 kids already. Whatever your dream future is, you don’t have to race against a societal clock to attain it. The characters in these shows that will soothe your quarter-life crisis know that better than anyone else.
Everyone loves an excellent podcast, or at least that’s what I’d like to think. I was a little slow getting on the podcast train, but once I was on it, I was on it. Here are some podcasts every millennial should listen to, according to me, a cool millennial *insert “how do you do, fellow kids” gif.* I am always looking for more podcast recommendations, though, so if you have any, PLEASE send them my way.
One of my favorite things to do as a blogger is to read content from other online creators. I have been really into reading other lifestyle bloggers lately as I’ve been leaning into the lifestyle element of The Happy Arkansan. Today, on the blog, I wanted to share 25 of my favorite lifestyle bloggers with you because y’all seem to love my other article on millennial bloggers from last year. I am always on the lookout for other millennial and lifestyle bloggers, though, so please feel free to send over your best recommendations!
On one fantastic day in February of 2017, I finally decided to get the bangle. I’d been observing the owner of Metal Marvels, Katie Seller, in a few of the Facebook groups I was in. She was sharing her wins, and it was making me proud on her behalf, and I hadn’t even bought my first bangle yet.
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