This is Adulting, a podcast about what it means to be an adult. We may deny it, but we all become one eventually. It's impossible to measure, so we tell ourselves stories instead.
Ep. 7: James Turns 30
Our friend James is in disbelief about turning 30. On the morning of his birthday, we captured the first stages of his reaction.
Ep. 6: Self Love with Carline
Carline describes raising her younger siblings when she was a teenager and how she learned to create the emotional space for self-love.
Ep. 5: Taxes And Chill With Sunny And Hannah
Sunny Frothingham, Senior Researcher for Women’s Economic Policy at the Center for American Progress, gives you the lowdown on the five basic steps to painlessly complete your taxes. And Hannah Finnie, Senior Associate Editor for Generation Progress, reveals the secret to powering through an hour and a half with TurboTax: Enya.
Ep. 4: Homeownership with Nellie
In this week’s episode, Nellie Kurz talks about her desire to buy a house and how that space would become a canvas for her creativity.
Ep. 3: Married at 24 with Kelsey McKinney
Ep. 3: Married at 24 with Kelsey McKinney by Adulting
Ep. 2: Dinner Parties with Jonathan
In this week’s episode, dinner party host extraordinaire Jonathan Ray talks about how he went from spending days alone with Netflix to being the guy synonymous with nights of flowing wine and conversation.
This is a wonderful podcast, hope they keep it going.
I enjoy the content/concept of the series, but a LOT of “likes” as a verbal crutch. Maybe it’s just the episode (#3), but it became too distracting to even listen to as a podcast.
Great Minimalist Interviews
There are quite a few “I’m a young millennial documenting my life” podcasts kicking around right now, and this one is by far the most tasteful. There’s no over-explaining hosting and the subjects just speak for themselves. Editing/production is very spare but in the best way.