Contribute to FTS


Calling all Beyonces. We’re looking for contributors!


Have you ever asked yourself, “what the fuck am I doing here?” while at work? What about, “WHY IS LIFE IS SO HARD?” Well, congratulations, because you are officially now part of our ~exclusive club~ of grown up children who really just don’t feel like adulting today or ever.

Want to help others get through this weird life thing? YOU’RE IN LUCK. Write for us! Help your fellow 20-somethings feel less alone by writing relatable shit. Share your opinions on life and celebrities. Tell people things you’ve learned at work and in the bedroom. Make people laugh.

FTS writers are in their 20s and have been featured on The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Elite Daily, Seventeen, Forbes, Thought Catalog, The Financial Diet, and more.

Everyone who writes for Forever Twenty Somethings is a volunteer and therefore, do not get paid. It’s like having an after college extracurricular, but not because this one is fun and can, like, actually help boost your career. 


How To Submit

Send an email to with “FTS Writer Inquiry” in the subject.

  • A brief description of who you iz (that’s not a typo)
  • Resume
  • An article you wrote for FTS (with an engaging headline) OR pitch us an article idea (only do this if you have published writing samples)
  • Optional: Other article ideas (headlines + description)
  • Optional: Links to published writing samples if you have them
  • How often you are interested in contributing?


We’re looking for social media and editing help, too!

Know someone? Tell them to email us at This is a great gig for a recent grad or even college student trying to get editing/social experience to accelerate their career in digital editorial and/or marketing!


About FTS:

Forever Twenty Somethings is an on online magazine that helps millennials navigate life after college and beyond. With writers from across the country, FTS’ articles focus on life, love, career, entertainment, and style in a relatable and witty tone.

FTS is here to tell that it’s okay if you haven’t found “the one.” It’s okay if you don’t feel like going out tonight. It’s okay if you haven’t landed your dream job. It’s okay if you don’t have it all figured out just yet.

A quarter life crisis does not mean you’re old. It means you have three quarters left to figure this whole “life” thing out. It’s not even half time yet.


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