“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with the creator of myfriendsaremarried.tumblr.com, the infamous blog with the tagline “My friends are getting married and I’m just 25 and drunk.” Tune in for insight from a woman who studied art history at Duke, has a successful career as an accountant in Washington D.C., and despite all of that, still gets badgered about her romantic relationships, or lack thereof, from her Southern friends.
“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa interviews Natalia Nunez, a UCSB alumna & master of information interviews who finally found her dream job after two years of working in retail and not giving up. We talk about studying abroad in England, life right after college, deciding to search for jobs in marketing instead of public health after investigating the job market, the ins and outs of informational interviews, useful skills from college (hint: majors aren’t important), working in retail to pay the bills but making the most of it, a story about gluten-free cosmetics, how to navigate office politics, making networking less elusive, why working full time changes social habits, post-college social life, and why moving back in with the parents is responsible.
“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with Madeleine Foster, a yoga teacher in Santa Barbara. We talk about coming to college at UCSB from the East Coast, the process of becoming a yoga teacher, the Lulu Lemon phenomenon, the trendiness of yoga, the unintended competitiveness in yoga classes and how to avoid it, the difficulties of doing a physical job, getting by (financially) as a yoga teacher, what it means to become a “real person” / “grown up,” choosing work you love over work that’s just for money, leading a fulfilled life, the difficulties of being young with many interests and not knowing what’s coming next, and how to get into yoga if you’re new to it.
“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa interviews Arden Rosenblatt, a UCSB mechanical engineering alumnus and current Carnegie Mellon graduate student who just started a 3D printing business called Piecemaker. We talk about moving back home to New York after graduating from UCSB, working in green building, WOOFing in Alaska, starting graduate school because of truly wanting to develop necessary skills and information to progress personally and professionally, seeing the mechanical engineering major as a philosophy, the thought process behind becoming an entrepreneur, why starting a business in the age of the internet is different than it was in the pre-internet era, taking risks, making friends after graduating from college, why 2013 is a prime time to be young and ambitious, and enjoying life.