Becoming You

Do you remember wondering what you would be like when you were finally an adult? I told my best friend that when I was 25 I would be married and have children and own a business that would help people and animals. Then this morning I woke up in my late twenties asking Socrates for “5 more minutes” because I was riding the struggle bus from a rough wine night of GOT and The Bachelorette and its not weird that I’m talking to my dog like my husband. Thanks for visiting the only website that will give it to you straight. Being a “millennial” and learning to do things in your twenty-somethings can be tricky. During this time you are beginning your career, and starting new relationships,  trying to keep up with old ones, and of course learning to just “adult” in general. This blog shares everything from making your first investment to making new friends all while aiming to work off that credit card/student loan/too many trips to Vegas debt. Let’s adult right. Let’s “go hard in the paint” but still make it in bed by 9:30pm. Let’s get fancy! But first–coffee. Hope you enjoy!

“Adulting is hard, let’s drink about it!”

5 more minutes

More about Danielle Angrest

I graduated from the University of Arizona in Psychology with a passion for understanding people. Trying and learning new things are an absolute must for me. I love my Australian Shepherd, Socrates and his ability to stay calm at the end of every Game of Thrones episode. I love being ironically indoorsy. Sushi, skydiving, bourbon, and brunch are always answered with a yes if you ask me. Most of all, I love humor and wit, and the -art- of growing up.

3 thoughts on “Becoming You

  1. Nakuya Bridget

    I like G.O.T, 20 years old, in my second year at uni and this post syncs really well with me. Thumbs up.


    1. Danielle Angrest

      We love you for being a GOT viewer. Thanks for reading! Second year was one of my favorites and it only gets better. 20 is an interesting year. You’re adulting like a pro and we love it!


  2. Jack. R.K.M

    I like GOT, its fantastic. am in college, sophomore year. I specifically like the idea of adulting and expectations of the early 20’s and how people eventually realize they fell short in their late 20’s. But then its not what about we want to happen, its about what will happen. And i always let life to move on in its usual course. I don’t expect. I work on it. I realize (make it real). I love the post, really beautiful and insightful.


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