You may or may not have noticed the radio silence on the blog. I don’t know if anyone is reading anymore, and I don’t really blame you if you aren’t. I had to take a serious break from being part of this cultural obsession with generations and where we all fit and how we’re all … Continue reading I’m Starting to Hate ‘Millennials’ [WARNING: CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE]
Most people define Millennials as those born in the early eighties. Being born in early 1982, I’m kind of on the cusp of GenX too and I often find myself offended by comments made about both generations. And as a mixed-generational woman it’s also hard to resolve that while I love Nirvana and Soundgarden, I’m … Continue reading We’re Not Lazy: A Response to Simon Sinek’s Millennial Thing
If you were born anywhere from the early sixties to early eighties, you’re a GenXer. If, like me, you were born in the early eighties and raised on video and computer games, you may resonate with the Millennial mindset a little too. But being Generation X is pretty cool. We’re characterized as being more socially … Continue reading I Just Learned What ‘Millennial’ Means, Now ‘Generation Z,’ You Say?!
This past Friday night I got talking with a friend about how excited I am for an upcoming vacation to Cuba with my husband. Naturally, I expected him to be excited for me and give me some advice on things to see, but instead it struck a surprisingly different chord with him. He started talking … Continue reading How to Love When Dating Rules Have Changed
For those of us who love her and her work, it’s hard to imagine that Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Pray, Love got tons of responses to her book and the film about how she ran away from her problems. Even in the book itself she had people telling her that leaving her life … Continue reading Eat, Pray and Love (without running away).
Do we know what we’re doing? A lot of us will play it safe and say, ‘maybe – sometimes.’ But most will say that we feel like we have absolutely no clue what we’re doing, where we’re going, or who we truly are most of the time. And our generation? What are we really creating? … Continue reading What the hell are we doing? The ‘over 30’ question.
In your teens or twenties, did you ever think about what life would be like when you turned 30? Did it seem old? Did you ever make a list of things you wanted to accomplish before you got there? You wouldn’t be alone. It seems that every day I meet someone who can tell me … Continue reading After 30 Physiology: What Everyone is Really Saying About Your Mom/Dad Bod
If you’re an entrepreneur as many thirtysomeones are these days [it’s a GenX/Millennial thing…]), you’re always ready to talk about your new project and share it with the whole world. Maybe the holidays seem like a perfect time to practice your pitch on family and friends, tell people about what you’re doing and get the … Continue reading How to Survive the Holiday Scene As an Entrepreneur