ATTENTION TWENTYSOMETHINGS! I (Drew) answer a lot of individual emails and calls about living a good life in your twenties. It’s led me to launch a weekly newsletter (TinyLetter) just for you. It’s called F A T H O M || T R I B E , and is designed to provide simple, helpful content … More Announcing the FATHOM || TRIBE weekly newsletter
As promised last week when we shared our Reading Challenge, this week we’re sharing the books that are on our lists. As we read through our lists this year we’ll share our thoughts here on the blog. Jess’ List: A book about books or reading: Word by Word by Marilyn Chandler McIntyre A book in … More Books on our Reading Challenge Lists
by Jess Fankhauser We’re one month into the new year. Mainstream media and the political landscape of our country can feel overwhelming and disheartening. Here in Indiana it is still cold and dreary. This makes it the perfect time to start reading. (If we’re honest, Drew and I never stop reading, but we thought it … More FATHOM Reading Challenge
by Jess Fankhauser Or maybe a better title is: When showing up is hard to do (and why you should do it anyway) I believe one of the most important lessons we can begin to learn in our twenties is how to show up and keep showing up. Most of our lives aren’t lived in … More When you’d rather not show up
by Kirsten Kosik It is hard to come by twenty-year-olds as profoundly human as Memphis, Tennessee native Julien Baker (twitter: @julienrbaker). A soon-to-be sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University, she has already produced her full-length album Sprained Ankle, which poises questions of redemption, suffering, faith, and existence with unparalleled honesty. Baker’s album is inescapably human. … More Who We’re Listening to: Julien Baker
by Shelby List Today’s we’re thrilled to have a guest post by Shelby List. Shelby is a graduate student at Taylor University, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Higher Education and Student Development. She’s also a residence hall director at Taylor, and is spending a portion of her summer as a Graduate Research Fellow for the … More The true essence of hospitality
by Drew Moser After many months of dreaming, scheming, emailing, phone calling, and proposal writing, we are pleased to announce that Jess and I have a book deal with NavPress. The working title for the project is Fathom: Exploring the Depths and Potential of Your Twenties. Before I get too far into the book itself, … More An Exciting Fathom Book Announcement!
by Kirsten Kosik Today we’re thrilled to have a guest post by one of our favorite twentysomethings, Kirsten Kosik. Kirsten hails from the Detroit area, is a student at Taylor University, and was a student in one of our vocation classes. “Place is security, space is freedom: we are attached to the one and long … More Space vs. Place [and why it’s important to know the difference]
“Make your passion your paycheck.” Each time I hear it, a puppy dies. I’m sure of it. Yet, you are bombarded with the idea that you have to discover your life’s true passion, and make it a career. Now, hear me out. Passion for something is good. It has a place. But an overemphasis on passion as a life … More 4 Reasons Why Following Your Passion is Stupid
The hardest job of your career to land is the first one. The competition is fierce, and it’s so hard to get that foot in the door. Never fear, we here at FathomBlog have the 5 key steps to land your first ‘real’ job. Now, keep in mind that each of these steps has many sub-steps. … More #adulting | The 5 steps to landing your first real job.