Adulthood Made Easy

Adulthood Made Easy

Published by: Real Simple / Panoply
102 Episodes | First Released: Mar 2 '15
If you feel lost in a new city, overwhelmed by your taxes, frustrated by dating, or scared to switch jobs, tune in weekly to Adulthood Made Easy, where twenty-something host Sam Zabell works through listeners’ problems and questions about the sometimes-scary “real world.” Along the way, she addresses many of her own struggles with adulthood, resulting in a show any college graduate (and beyond) can relate to.
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Llhoward95
Sep 29 '17
Rating:   10
It’s a must-listen

I wish this wasn’t a finite series! I can’t say enough good things about this podcast. It’s helped me feel less alone in navigating my 20s, and the hostess does a stunning job of presenting information. I hope they decide to continue making episodes in the future.

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BelieveInTheStarz85
Nov 1 '16
Rating:   8
Very Useful!

I truly love this podcast, and I feel it's a must need for college graduates. But I would like to know more about the host, and her personal stories too. I feel the host Sam can offer her experience especially moving to New York City.

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maddykzoid
Oct 19 '16
Rating:   10
Insightful Interviews

Sam charmingly interviews seasoned adult experts on her show to bring simple answers to the burning questions of the lost 20 something trying to make it on their own for the first time. One of my favorites and go to podcasts. Quicker and more entertaining than asking Google

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Brandi_Fan
Sep 19 '16
Rating:   10
Five Stars!

This podcast has great information for twenty-somethings looking to succeed in life!

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nherhsey1
Sep 18 '16
Rating:   8
Good advice

The episodes about career and finance are my favorite for advice. Any episode with Bucky Keady is fantastic.

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Kirchbeo
Sep 5 '16
Rating:   10
Incredible!

The podcast covers a variety of interesting topics and gives answers to questions I never knew I had. Keep up the great work Sam!

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Hiyousguys
Sep 1 '16
Rating:   8
Entertaining but not really useful

This is a podcast by privileged people, featuring privileged people, made for privileged people. I don't know how applicable it is for the majority of the population. The host has a habit of interrupting and directing guests towards specific answers that makes it seem less genuine. I have enjoyed some of the topics and like this podcast for days when I'm only partially able to pay attention. Please, if there is ever another finance themed episode (like the credit card one), get some guests who at least remotely know what they're talking about.

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Aimee176
Aug 25 '16
Rating:   10
Genuine and Helpful

Sam delivers an honest look at life's challenges directed at adults in their 20s and early 30s. The content seems informed and genuine, albeit sometimes a little naïve. I recommend to anyone looking for some friendly advice on how to "adult" better, or anyone nostalgic, wishing to reflect back on their own experiences at "adulting".

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EricaWhitney
Jun 9 '16
Rating:   10
I wish this was around in my early 20s

I'm a older millennial and early 20s are tough. I wish something like this was a around 7 years ago

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Grad2016!
May 2 '16
Rating:   10
For grads by grads

As a girl graduating from college in 2 weeks this podcast is so great. It is so relevant for the world I am about to enter and approaches the topics in such an interesting way! It answers many questions that I have been wondering about and many I hadn't even considered that were helpful too.

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