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Contact The Typical Twenty Something

Email me directly at [email protected] I can’t wait to hear from you! 

Here Is More About The Typical Twenty Something: 

The Typical Twenty Something is a place where you can learn the in’s and out’s of adulting. As a 26-year-old trying to survive the day to day that is San Francisco rent prices, waking up at 5 a.m. for work and not being able to eat like a 19-year-old, I’ve come to the realization that ADULTING IS HARD (ain’t that the truth!!!) 

Part of growing up is the attempt for a 20-something to act like a real, parental free, independent human. This means being (relatively) on time, asking for a raise when you deserve one and making your own hangover food instead of Postmate-ing Taco Bell.

All jokes aside, I started this blog because I really do believe that growing up as a millennial and in general, being in your 20s is soooo freaking confusing. I mean, I’m trying to figure it out at this very moment.

I *hope* after spending time on this site, you are: 

  • Empowered to jump-start your career, feel confident that you are able to be successful in your job, get the money you deserve and get HIRED
  • Have a healthy mindset within all the stress that comes with being a millennial 
  • Don’t hate adulting SOOOO much!

Where You Should Start On The Blog: 

If you are just getting started, click on one of the links below to read some of the most popular blog content, and don’t forget to check out all the free sh*t we have for 20 somethings! 

5 CRUCIAL Time Management Hacks Every 20-Something Needs To Start Practicing Today

The 8 Best Podcasts For 20 Somethings That Every Millennial Girl Should Listen To

Five Things You Should Never Do In A Job Interview: And How To Make a Good Impression Every Time




“The Typical Twenty Something blog is now one of my go-to resources for all career advice! Becky, your articles were super helpful in my job search, being able to talk to you and vent about my worries and my dreams really helped to put me on the right track emotionally. I’ve recommended your site to a few other people in similar stages of their job search – and I’m planning on continuing to use your articles to help with my career growth moving forward! Thank you again!!” – Dani 


“I reached out to Becky at a very low point in my life where I felt like I had lost everything. I wasn’t getting any calls for interviews, and every time I refreshed my inbox I received yet another rejection email.  I came across Becky’s Instagram handle after searching the #laidoff hashtag and found so many resources on her website. I decided to reach out to Becky and it was the best decision I made for my career. Becky was very responsive and took the time to review and provide valuable feedback on my resume. After implementing all of Becky’s feedback and using her tips on resume hacks, the application process, and LinkedIn – I was able to secure 2 phone screenings that same week. Additionally, I was able to secure an in-person interview the following week whereas before I was not getting any calls. Thank you so much, Becky, for having such a great heart and for helping me transform my life. After 5 months of being laid off, I am now feeling much closer to my ideal, dream job. You are AMAZING!” – Jessica

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