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Navigating the Awkward Post Grad Years & the Tension of Transition

 

We’ve all been there. Those weird ‘in between’ life seasons where everything feels transitional and nothing seems solidified.

Remember the old school cartoons where the characters’ feet were running so fast, but they weren’t actually getting anywhere? (Scooby Doo? Flinstones, anyone? Okay, maybe it’s just me.)

Life feels like that though sometimes, doesn’t it? You’re moving a million miles an hour, but not getting closer to your goals. You’re unfulfilled in your first job after graduation. Or you’ve just moved and searching for community – with no success.

This season of life can feel really isolating and disheartening.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

In this episode, Jordan walks through her own transitional, post-grad years while dishing out practical wisdom on making new friends, keeping the old ones, and why it’s totally normal if you don’t love your first job. You’ll learn the difference between ‘sketch pad’ friends and ‘diary’ friends and why it’s important to be patient with yourself during this time.

If you feel your life is on hold until these years are over –  Jordan is here to tell ya that’s simply not true with tangible tips on how to squeeze the gold out of this season.

Give this episode a listen on Spotify here!

And for you Android users, listen on Stitcher here!

 

 

November 26, 2018

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I'm Jordan Lee Dooley. I'm just a simple Indiana girl, writing, speaking, and handing out free hugs left and right. In college, I started a blog called SoulScripts, just for fun, and to speak life and truth into any peers that might have stumbled upon it. I never imagined it'd end up reaching hundreds of thousands, turn into books, speaking, and more. But hey, it's true: when you just say yes to God right where you are, He does more than you could ever ask or imagine. Let's help you find your yes and start walk in your gifting, too. Sound good?