Stefanie O’Connell is a millennial finance expert and published author of “The Broke and Beautiful Life”. Stefanie shares her advice for twenty somethings on finances and life. Before becoming a financial expert, Stefanie was an actress, and during the height of the recession circa 2009, Stefanie had a wake up call and decided her life had a new mission: #BreakingBroke. Since then she has been seen on countless publications and uses her experience and wisdom to inspire and educate others. – The Confused Millennial, Inspiring Millennials Series
Entrepreneurship articles, tips, and motivation for millennial side hustlers, bloggers, coaches, and more.
Kayla Buell is the Lost Gen Y Girl, maybe you’ve read her blog? Or better yet, her book The Twenty Somethings Guide to the Corporate World? Seriously it is laugh out loud funny, completely relatable, and packed with actionable advice. I wish I had this book when I was starting in the corporate world. It’s full of the unspoken language they should’ve taught us in school.
No matter how many coaches you work with or courses you take, I don’t think anything can really prepare you for the roller coaster that is your first course launch…. at least not for me. I just needed to go through the launch in order to learn these lessons, even if people said them to me in the past, they didn’t really sink in until I loved it.
As a freelancer or blogger it can be tough to know when to say no to blog marketing and sponsorship opportunities. Most people are trying to figure out how to get sponsored, not how to say no to being sponsored. It starts innocently enough. You decide to create a blog and begin weekly ramblings about your awesome thrift-store-shopping skills. Suddenly, you’re getting offers to write for other outlets and do an occasional styling session here and there. Moneymaking opportunities seem to keep landing in your inbox. It’s hard to decide how to prioritize them or if they’re even a good fit for your brand.
How do you get your photos or graphics from your computer to your phone to upload them on Instagram? Today I wanted to share this Instagram tip with you. There are a lot of ways to get your photo from your computer to Instagram! Something to keep in mind, is ideally you wouldn’t email it to yourself since you will lose some resolution this way and your photo could end up looking grainy. Keep in mind that each of these require a few steps, nothing will magically zap a photo to your Instagram (even apps that say they are integrated with Instagram and will “post to Instagram for you” still require you to go in and copy and push a button to get it onto Instagram at the time you want to post it due to Instagram’s policies.) So how can you get your photos from your computer to Instagram?
Tayo is the founding editor of BrandEdU and the CEO of UYD Media. Both companies are committed to helping millennials pursue their passions in careers they love while making a difference. His work has been seen on the Huffington Post, Among Worlds Magazine as well as Global Living Magazine. He is an authority on Third Culture Kids and assimilation into new cultures. He is the author of The Ultimate Guide To TCK Living and through his podcast and blog, he is heard and read by thousands of people in over 100 countries.
I am so excited to launch this series! The “Inspiring Millennials” series is your new #MondayMotivation! This series focuses on sharing the experiences and struggles of real life people who have overcome challenges or taken the road less traveled in life. In our first episode I interview some college friends, Mr. and Mrs. Adventure. They …
April is National Stress Awareness Month and this April seems more stressful than any April has before! Is anyone else experiencing drastic life changes lately? I feel like every week a different area of my life is being flipped upside down on it’s head, and practicing stress reduction techniques are more important than ever for me!