This page is chock full of resources you can use to be a better twenty-something. You’ll find books about adulting and self-care resources like online therapy. I also included the services I use to help run my blog, so you can start a side hustle, too! If you have questions, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m happy to chat with you! Full disclosure: many of these are affiliate links. But I would only recommend products that I fully endorse myself!
Start Your Own Twenty-Something Blog
I know you wish you were making more money right now. I get it, that’s part of why I started Uninspired. I wanted some money on the side for writing about being a twenty-something. These resources are the magic sauce you need to pour aaaalll over your twenty-something blog. They are the services I personally use for Uninspired, so you can trust that they are high-end products that will get your blog where you want it to be.
SiteGround– completely own your website and have full creative control by self-hosting
Awin (Affiliate Window)– affiliate network which gives you access to brands such as FabFitFun, Etsy, StubHub, and more
E-Book: Make Your First Affiliate Sale in 24 Hours– teaches you an innovative, clever way to make money with Pinterest!
E-Book: Sweet Sales Systems– teaches you how to sell products consistently through your blog for a steady stream of income
MailerLite– email marketing service, free up to 1,000 subscribers
Tailwind– schedule your Pinterest ahead of time! This link gives you a FREE MONTH!
Sumo– offers the social share bar you see on the side of almost every blog! Also allows you to collect email addresses via branded forms
MiloTree– creates a little popup on the side of your blog to lead readers to your social media.
Self-Care Resources for Twenty-Somethings
BetterHelp Online Counseling– matches you with a licensed therapist to meet with via text, phone, or video. Great for busy millennials, travelers, or people with social anxiety. The four websites below are all run by BetterHelp but cater to a specific population.
Terappeuta– Spanish online therapy
Faithful Counseling– Christian faith-based counseling
Pride Counseling– counseling with a focus on LGBTQA issues
Regain– online couples counseling
Twenty-Something Reading List
Adulting: How to Become a Grownup in 468 Easy(ish) Steps by Kelly Williams Brown– a hilarious list of tips for doing things the grownup way. Covers everything from cooking and cleaning to buying furniture and dressing for work. My #1 book recommendation for any twenty-something.
Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari– yes, written by Tom Haverford himself. He teamed up with real sociologists and conducted real studies on modern romance, and they became a really funny thought provoking piece about how romance has transformed with technology.
You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero– a how-to guide for boosting your confidence. Has an accompanying book about being a badass at making money, which is equally thought-provoking.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson– Manson, a successful blogger (take notes!) believes that life is not about urning lemons into lemonade, but learning how to stomach lemons better. That’s what you’ll learn how to do in his book! It hates on our generation a bit, which can be slightly frustrating, but the takeaway message is good and important.
UnF*ck Yourself by Gary John Bishop– As my friend Jo says in her guest post, this is the best expletive-filled self-help book out there. It’s a great fit for anyone who wants to get out of a rut, which is very likely to happen after a big change like graduating from college or moving back home.
Presence by Amy Cuddy– this is a great book for twenty-something people just entering the workforce, especially if you’re introverted. There are lots of practical exercises for making yourself look and feel more confident at work. Much of it is based on body language.