In this episode of the Smart Twenties Podcast I answer one of your most commonly-asked question: how do I make friends in my twenties? I share my experience with making friends at work, while studying abroad, through the internet and also in my day-to-day life, as well as balancing time with friends and time with your boyfriend or girlfriend.
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Hey Sam! My name is Megan, and i’m a twenty something blogger from the US. I just listened to your podcast, and I loved it!! I think you have lots of good things to say about friendships as an adult (especially for us introverts). I really appreciate that you are brave enough to do such things!! I am not, because I have the most annoying voice, lol.
One of the ways I have been able to make friends or start conversations is always with a compliment. I try to find something in everyone to compliment, and most people may say “thank you” and tell me where they got it from and that’s it. However, others take this opportunity to lead into a conversation. I have made some of my best friends in random places, or mostly at work, by simply giving a compliment. 🙂
I love your blog, so keep going!!!
Hello Sam, I am Rylie Lane and am a blogger and youtuber too!
I find myself having so many of those bad habits you’ve mentioned, I will always look for a reason to say no when someone asks me to do something especially with work related things. So thats definitely something I want to work on.
Solo travel is what has really made me make more friends in my 20s, surprisingly I have actually met a lot of people from the same city as me while travelling with basically very little effort, somehow you just end up talking to people when youre travelling alone!
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