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Will we make it through our 20’s alive? Fingers Crossed!
Best friends and college roommates Kristee and Sierra took separate paths after graduation when Kristee moved to NYC and Sierra moved to LA to pursue their careers.

Every week we will have real conversations about pursuing a career you love, the ups and downs of dating, having strong friendships, and becoming who you want to be. Hang out with us as we laugh at our mistakes, tell stories about our experiences, and give bits of advice along the way.

New episodes Tuesdays!
@fingerscrossedpod
@kristeevetter
@sierramichellegreen

Fingers Crossed Kristee Vetter & Sierra Green

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 607 Ratings

Will we make it through our 20’s alive? Fingers Crossed!
Best friends and college roommates Kristee and Sierra took separate paths after graduation when Kristee moved to NYC and Sierra moved to LA to pursue their careers.

Every week we will have real conversations about pursuing a career you love, the ups and downs of dating, having strong friendships, and becoming who you want to be. Hang out with us as we laugh at our mistakes, tell stories about our experiences, and give bits of advice along the way.

New episodes Tuesdays!
@fingerscrossedpod
@kristeevetter
@sierramichellegreen

    We Didn’t Peak in High School: A Letter to Our High School Selves

    We Didn’t Peak in High School: A Letter to Our High School Selves

    While reflecting on their thoughts about being home for the holidays, Kristee & Sierra take it all the way back to the halls of high school.  In this episode, they share what is the most valuable advice they'd give their high school selves, how they learned those hard lessons, as well as some super cringe-worthy high school stories you don't wanna miss.  At the end of the episode, they discuss whether or not they'll attend their high school reunions, as well as stories and advice from other Fingers Crossed Listeners!
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Finding Gratitude When Life Sucks

    Finding Gratitude When Life Sucks

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING! This week, our dynamic duo is back together on the mic and more grateful than ever. Following up on last year's episode where they discussed what gratitude means and how it can sometimes be used in a negative way of shaming or comparison for being ungrateful, this year's Thanksgiving special is all about practical tools and life changing practices Kristee and Sierra have implemented in their lives and how it's changed their own outlooks. What is a gratitude practice or habit thats made the biggest difference for you? Let us know on instagram!
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    The Princess Diaries: Stories from working at Disneyland & leaving a job I loved

    The Princess Diaries: Stories from working at Disneyland & leaving a job I loved

    In this special episode of Fingers Crossed, Sierra takes over SOLO on the first truly solo episode of the podcast to date! Sierra talks all about her experience working at Disneyland from when she first got hired in her freshman year of college, to recently hanging up the crown last July.  She answers listener questions like her favorite part about working there, how the magic changed when she became an employee, and the wildest thing a child ever did to her (major yikes).  She also discusses how she knew when it was time to say goodbye to the job she loved, and the lessons that come with moving on.  

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    • 46 min
    Working From Home vs. Working In Person: The Changing Future of Work

    Working From Home vs. Working In Person: The Changing Future of Work

    In today's episode of Fingers Crossed, Sierra and Kristee discuss a hot-button issue—working from home vs. working in person.  They discuss the pros and cons of working from home, how the pandemic changed the landscape of working, and what the future looks like for remote work.  Their listeners have a lot to say on the matter as well, including stories of toxic workplaces, unreasonable bosses, and creative ideas for a hybrid work future.  If your work situation has been affected by the pandemic, you'll want to give this one a listen.  

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    Hungover Special: Recapping our Nashville/Arkansas Trip with our BFF Sophie!

    Hungover Special: Recapping our Nashville/Arkansas Trip with our BFF Sophie!

    This week, we're slowing it down with a super chill episode all about our Halloween trip to Nashville and Arkansas. Hang out with us in our Airbnb as we nurse our hangovers with funny stories of the various characters we met with a special guest: our best friend Sophie! Hope you enjoy this laid-back (and in-person!) episode and your Halloween weekend was a blast!

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    • 41 min
    The REAL Stories Behind the Most Haunted Places in America: Halloween Special 2021!

    The REAL Stories Behind the Most Haunted Places in America: Halloween Special 2021!

    BOO! Scared yet? It's officially the week of All Hallow's Eve, and this week things are getting CREEPY on Fingers Crossed! You may have heard of some of the famously haunted places in the US like the Queen Mary or the Conjuring House, but do you know the stories of the real people who lived there and what happened to them? That's what we're diving into today for this year's spooky Halloween special! Happy Halloween to all and enjoy getting creeped out with us to celebrate. 

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    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
607 Ratings

607 Ratings

kymwhere ,

Love the show and Sierra you’re doing great!

I have been watching Kristee’s channel on YT since I was in high school. I’m about a year younger than her so she was always going through major life milestones right before me and I really enjoyed watching her journey. So when I learned that she and Sierra would be starting a podcast about lessons learned in their twenties I was SO on board. I’ve listened to every episode and have loved getting to know Sierra better and hearing about how their different experiences and personalities shape their perspective and approach to life in their twenties so far!

I had to come to Apple from spotify to leave a review (1) because I love and want to support the show and (2) I’ve started to recognize my own habits in the way Sierra speaks on the show and I just wanted to provide her with some reassurance that she is doing GREAT and everything you say is valuable! Oftentimes I’ve noticed that she hurries to finish a story or apologizes about speaking too long about something or she just in general sounds like she feels pressure to say things perfectly especially in the intro/outro of the show. It’s clear that Kristee has more experience talking openly online as herself whereas Sierra may be used to having a role to play or a script, but I think both have super interesting stories and perspectives and Sierra shouldn’t feel the need to edit herself for the show even if it’s being done subconsciously! I do this a lot myself and have had someone recently tell me that it’s okay to slow down and pause when speaking to an audience! It’s something I’m working on as well.

Anyways just wanted to say love the show and Sierra you’re doing AMAZING SWEETIE! ❤️

A longtime snapchat user ,

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I came all the way from Spotify to say I cannot recommend Fingers Crossed enough!

This is genuinely the most relatable podcast I’ve ever listened to, and I look forward to every Tuesday when it releases. Kristee and Sierra are hilarious, honest, and real. I feel like I’m having girl chat with them. They ALWAYS seem to be talking about topics at the exact time I need them, and offer great perspectives.

Chelyanm ,

Something’s Off

I’ve been listening to this podcast on and off since they started last year. Every once in awhile I will listen to a nice show but most of the time I get turned off again because of the dynamic between the two hosts. I enjoy hearing the personal aspect that Sierra offers but it often seems like Kristee shuts down her experience and feelings. She talks to Sierra in a condescending tone sometimes and it’s really uncomfortable to hear. I wish she would be more open about herself. I would also love for them to have more guests on the podcast that offered a different perspective than theirs.

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