Episode 21: Slow It Down Pt.2 – Stefanie Seifer


As Stefanie Seifer sits in her apartment on the phone, she stares at a wall full of Post- It notes. Some of them are personal, but most are inspirational. “Stop beating yourself up…stop manipulating, start being open to what’s around you…choose love over fear.” They read like a twenties handbook, carved from experiences with success and self-awareness.

“Worrying doesn’t change the outcome, all it does is make you feel worse in the long run”

The Dirty and Thirty co-creator has used this mantra as a way to survive her twenties. After graduating from Emerson College, Stefanie moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in entertainment. It is there that Stuart Brazell and Stefanie created DirtyandThirty.com, merging their different paths and similar humor to create videos and content for the website. One intern, 110 writers and five years later, the website has become a go-to for millennials in their twenties and thirties.

Stefanie spends most days acting, working on the website, meditating and doing yoga. Always craving a taste for sour beer has become a recent obsession for this California gal.

This week, she took time to dish out some awesome advice to us twenty-somethings on The Millennial Hour. Just know when it comes to the twenties, Stefanie says we all need to “breathe, deal with it, and see what comes next.”

Connect with Stefanie! Website: DirtyandThirty.comTwitter: @StefSeifer Personal Website: XoStefanie.com

This is The Millennial Hour.


Steph & Ash

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