#30 Thirty-Year Plan
It’s scary to make long-term commitments, but living year-to-year isn’t always comfortable. For the first time, I’m starting to consider the 30-year-plan.
17 Nov 2016
Following your dreams is not always glamorous, especially when you could get stuck in “transition.”
28 Feb 2015
#42 Growing Pains
I love Maine, but sometimes I feel isolated here. Could my creative problems be solved if I moved to New York City?
17 May 2017
#40 One Way Ticket
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the endless stream of bad news on social media. But what happens when you stop scrolling and take action?
19 Apr 2017
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Even after you break up with someone, they’ll always be part of you. We’re featuring an episode on jealousy from The Heart.
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#37 Your Tax Return, Yourself
Taxes can be scary and confusing. Maybe it’s because all of that paperwork forces us to take responsibility for our choices. But what happens when the IRS sees you differently than you see yourself?
8 Mar 2017
#32 Auld Lang Syne
After a year of making Millennial full-time, my editor Devon and I sit down together to reflect on what’s happened and make a plan for next year. But how do you set goals when you don’t know exactly what you want?
21 Dec 2016
#4 Nothing To Lose
Why do we become our worst enemies when it comes to pursuing the things we actually want? I’ve been there. This is the origin story of making Millennial and the nitty gritty mess that led to the first episode.
24 Apr 2015
#5 Men, Moms & Money
What happens when your significant other’s career takes off and you’re left behind? Tough conversations take place.
2 Jun 2015
#17 Fake It Till You Make It
How do you turn a passion project into a business? After I quit my job, I have to find out. The only problem is, I don’t know anything about running a business.
4 May 2016
#41 Not By Accident
What happens when you become a single mother by choice? We’re featuring an episode from Not By Accident.
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#18 Nothin’ But Net
It’s always been my dream to play with the pros. Now, after months of practicing it all comes down to one game and one decision.
17 May 2016
#31 Three Turkeys and Some Egg Rolls
Holidays are stressful, especially in an election year. But things get more complicated when you’re bringing someone home with you ** and even more stressful when you’re the person they’re bringing home. **** How do you successfully maneuver your significant other’s family? **** Make it into a game.** <img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/MillennialPodcast/~4/BHWrLF4NL7I" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>
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#36 Patria o Muerte
Is it possible that a country’s policies can change the way people see themselves? How much of your identity is you — and how much of it is your country?
22 Feb 2017
#29 You Can’t Go Home Again
The plan is to grow up and chase after your dreams, but what if getting closer to your goals means moving farther from your family?
4 Nov 2016
#6 The NYC Fairy Tale
After months of submitting job applications with no luck, I find myself doing something unexpected — traveling to New York City, sitting in front of important people, and asking them for a job.
21 Jul 2015
#13 Long Distance Love Story
After 10 years, two people living 4,500 miles apart have to decide how and when they will physically live in the same place.
14 Feb 2016
#16 Double Life
For months, I’ve lived a double life and suffered the consequences. Now, I’m forced to reevaluate what life I want to live.
4 May 2016
#11 Facebook, Mexico & Peter Pan
When things aren’t working out the way you had expected, it’s tempting to jump on an airplane or a boat and leave everything behind. I know a lot of people who have done it, including myself.
11 Jan 2016
#35 Alas Para Volar
Can a woman have it all? It’s an age-old question. But in Cuba, a country caught between a machismo culture and some of the most progressive policies in the world, the answer isn’t easy.
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