5 Reasons Why Some Millennials Can’t Save Money

Why Some Millennials Can't Save Money-Navigating Adulthood

This is a “sister post” to a post written by the lovely The Frugal Gene. Check out Lily’s post here.  Why Some Millennials Can’t Save Money? I’m a huge advocate for budgeting and I think everyone should try to save for retirement as soon as they start their first job out of college. This is […]

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19 Essentials You Need For Your First Kitchen


My brother recently moved into his own apartment and the topic we discussed the most was, “What are the essentials you need for your first kitchen?” He was on a budget, but he also wanted to get quality items that would last him for a couple of years. This was a smart move, because I’ve […]

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Steve Jobs’s Best Career Advice For Millennials

Steve Job's Best Career Advice For Millennials Inspirational-Navigating Adulthood

Do you find Steve Jobs to be inspirational? A few days ago, I was talking to a high school friend (hi Tyler!) and he mentioned how much he loved Steve Job’s 2005 Stanford Commencement Speech. When he mentioned the speech, I might have emitted out a high pitch squeal because I was absolutely obsessed with it my senior […]

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How We Saved Over $2,000 On My Engagement Ring

How we saved 2000 on engagement ring- NavigatingAdulthood

I know a recent blog post was also wedding/marriage related, but I promise that this blog isn’t going to turn into a wedding blog. I know that engagement rings are a VERY touchy subject, so I just want to throw out a disclaimer that this post is not to brag about my engagement ring or to […]

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The Ultimate, Easy Three Ingredient Pot Roast [Slow cooker]

This is a super easy recipe, that takes just minutes of actual work. This easy. three ingredient pot roast recipes makes a super moist and flavorful roast right in your slow cooker.

Today, I’m sharing my super easy, but also super delicious three ingredient pot roast recipe! If you’re looking for other beginner-friendly recipes, check out my Adulting In The Kitchen page for previous posts. There’s something very comforting about a good pot roast. It’s a hearty meal that sticks to your ribs and it’s the perfect […]

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9 Lessons I Learned In My First 9 Months Of Marriage

9 lessons ive learned in my first 9 months of marriage

Earlier this month, we celebrated 9 months of marriage! June marked nine months since Mr. NavigatingAdulthood and I said “I Do.” This means that we only have 3 more months to go before we hit our first anniversary. I know what you’re thinking- what could you have possibly learned in such a short amount of […]

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Tips For An Amazing 4th of July Party On A Budget

Host The Ultimate 4th of July Celebration. Get ideas for 4th of July celebration food, 4th of July food, and 4th of July Party ideas

In my opinion, one of the most fun things about being an adult is being able to host parties and entertain! I know that entertaining can seem kind of daunting, but I promise that it’s really not that hard. As always, I’m an advocate for doing things on a budget, so today, I’m going to […]

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5 Easy Steps To Make Pasta Sauce Stick To Pasta

How to make pasta sauce stick to pasta noodles in a few easy steps-Navigating Adulthood

Today, I’m going to share the secret to getting pasta sauce to stick to pasta. It’s foolproof and works every time.

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