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Notes on turning 30, life lessons and rejecting expectations

 

Welcome to the Imposters Club, a podcast helping you fight the voice in your head telling you that you aren’t good enough, brought to you by almost-thirty-something best friends, Sinéad Kennedy Krebs and Melissa Murdock.

 

In the seventh episode, Sinéad and Melissa delve into why so many of us freak out and feel like imposters when turning 30; from the discrepancies between pop culture and reality, to pressure around milestones, and anxieties around a not-so-linear career path. But don’t worry- we’ve all learned a lot of life lessons over the past 30 years, so there’s a lot to be grateful for as we head into a new decade!

We’d love to hear your stories of feeling like an imposter, so email us at  theimpostersclub@gmail.com and each episode we’ll be sharing some on the podcast.

 

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Show Notes

Follow:

@nadinejane_astrology if you’re interested in astrology & the saturn return

@annamathur #behindthegloss

@jessicarosewilliams for writing on letting go of expectations & outside pressures

@lucysheridan on understanding comparison- and when you’re someone else’s comparison trigger

@womanreadyblog for self love inspiration

@thefinancialdiet for concrete advice on coping with financial & career concerns when turning 30

@elainewelteroth for lessons in harnessing ambition while staying true to yourself

 

6 Scary Things No One Tells You About Turning 30’, The Financial Diet

Sarah Nachlis, ‘What Would It Cost To Live Like Carrie Bradshaw In 2018?’, Girlboss

Dolly Alderton, ‘30 Things I’ve Learned About Life at 30’, Sunday Times Style

‘Understanding Your Fertility’, Health Fact vs Fiction with Anna Richardson

‘Emma Watson Talks Turning 30, Working With Meryl Streep, And Being Happily Single with Paris Lees’, Vogue

Katie Arnold, ‘What really happens to your body when you turn 30’, The List

Rebecca Cope, ‘Why do we treat 30 as if we’re about to die at 35?’, Grazia