everything i did
About This Show
Real people sharing real stories to help you build a better life. TK Dennis, Stacia Stall, and Davene Teeter will make you LOL and teach you a few things along the way. If you're under 30, you need to get in on this. If you're over 30, it's not too late either.
‘everything i did’ was created by Society Rebel to help early lifers, millennials, those who are 18 – 30, build a better life for themselves. Through creative storytelling contributions from society rebels, we’re helping an entire generation improve their future by helping them learn from our mistakes one life lesson at a time. Check out more of our stuff at http://www.everythingidid.com.
Most Recent Episode
when you're confused about school and don't know what to do
Aug 9 16
On this episode of the everything i did podcast TK, Stacia, and Davene talk about what happens when you’re in school and suddenly you feel like things aren’t a good fit for you. If your school hasn't started yet, stop, and listen right now to consider some of our tips for choosing the right major.
They talk about some of the things you should consider so you can figure out early on if you’ve made a mistake. By asking yourself these questions you can help yourself to stay on track from the get-go.
The rebels share some secret tips they've learned post college and the truth about how their degrees aren't even in their current fields. Grab a coffee, sit back and check out what to do when you're confused about school and don't know what to do.
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Rated 4 out of
Fun listen. Great topics! Love episode 15! More with Bre please!
Date published: 2016-01-04