I’m not afraid to say it. Depending on your point of view you might think I’m crazy, heretical, and even possibly a masochist. Millennials have been reported to be less religious than past generations, and most people are familiar with how the LGBT community has been treated by the mainstream Christian church. And yet, somehow, I have been able to develop a faith and relationship with God. While I’m not going to get into my entire faith story in this post, I want to share a few things about my point of view as a Millennial person of faith and why I love it. Continue reading
So I don’t want this blog to JUST be career oriented and millennial only posts. I am working on a pretty nice post that shares a little about my faith journey and junk, but it’s not ready just yet. Hopefully next week! I do want to post about some stuff I have been geeking out about lately…
I don’t mean to poke fun, but earlier I saw a tweet that made me feel old saying:
“I’ll #neverforget, I was in kindergarten class.”
What exactly is a Millennial? A Millennial is an individual that was born around 1980-2000 (depending on your source). You might have also heard of them referred to as Gen Y, Young Adults, Generations Next, Twenty-somethings, Echo Boomers and perhaps even others. I was born in 1985 and consider myself a millennial. Continue reading
I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one.
Opportunity approaches us all differently and it’s not always easy to recognize. I’d like to think I’m pretty good at recognizing it and in some cases creating it for myself. I’ve always worked hard. I held 2 jobs through college as both an RA and working in the Computer Center of my undergraduate school. In grad school, I was a Resident Hall Director managing an upper class-men dorm of about 150 resident students. Even though I wasn’t always working in the field I studied for, I always kept my eye on the long term goal… a job! Continue reading