College, Family and Friends, Jobs/Work, Life, Millennial, Relationships

Life After: Making new friends

I recently sat and talked with my bf about how I felt ‘friend stagnant’. I love my friends but I want to hang out with new people sometimes. My closest friends are all of the people I was close to in high school, which there is nothing wrong with, but we always tend do the… Continue reading Life After: Making new friends

College, Family and Friends, Life, Millennial

What do you wish you could re-do in college?

J: "I wouldn't have listened to my advisor" B: "Not dating a girl from back home" K: "Probably get more invovled in clubs and stuff" P: "Better grades and did more fun stuff" A: "Study Abroad"  C: "Been more social early on. I think that's how you really make those lifelong connections and I wish… Continue reading What do you wish you could re-do in college?

College, Life, Millennial

Reblog: Money, Age and Life: A Rant Of A Millennial Who Is Yet To Figure It Out — SIKWATE.ORG

millennial [miˈlenēəl] noun. a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century plural noun: millennials If anything, 2017 is a blaring wake-up call for me. I have been working for eight hours a day, five days a week for the past nine years and I am not complaining about it. Life has […] via Money,… Continue reading Reblog: Money, Age and Life: A Rant Of A Millennial Who Is Yet To Figure It Out — SIKWATE.ORG

College, Jobs/Work, Life, Millennial

Millennials are Uncertain, not Entitled

I loved this read from the Huffington Post. 'Millennials are Uncertain, Not Entitled" "Stories about entitled, apathetic millennials just keep coming. A sense of entitlement is one of the diagnostic criterion for narcissistic personality disorder. Further criteria are a sense of superiority and grandiosity - other charges lobbed at millennials. By itself, researchers have linked… Continue reading Millennials are Uncertain, not Entitled

College, Jobs/Work, Life, Millennial

Why Don’t Millennials Save Money?

Millennial debt. That's why.      We aren't lazy. We aren't spoiled. We are broke and living in a cycle of poverty. All of the debt that we have accumulated, just from ages 18-22, is 'necessary'. We are going to college and taking out loans, not to better ourselves, but to be able to have… Continue reading Why Don’t Millennials Save Money?