Category Millennials

Staying Informed: A News-Reading Strategy for Millennials

With tragic news reaching us every day from across the globe, it remains as important as ever to commit to caring about what’s going on in the world. But knowing how to do that isn’t necessarily straight-forward.

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Nina Garcia, The One Hundred, Little Black Dress

Snapshots: Reading The One Hundred, by Nina Garcia

This book sounded like it would have some helpful advice along these lines (‘A guide to the pieces every stylish woman must own’ is the subtitle), and since I have often found myself envying Nina Garcia’s ability to look so stylish and put together in such a non-fussy way, my curiosity was piqued.

The one good reason to read the news

Despite my grandiose ideals about the value of news consumption, I’ve spent most of my life failing to actually live up to them. Maybe I’m just lazy. Maybe I’m apathetic. Or maybe all my reasons for keeping up with the news fall short of actually giving me a really good reason.

Millennials: A generation paralysed by our own potential

There are many challenges millennials face that are entirely unique, and many that every generation has faced, just re-packaged and re-branded. Of the challenges unique to millennials, however, one is rather deceptive: our potential.