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Are Your Parents Likely to Move In? If So, How Should You Prepare?

Don’t look now, but if your parents are in their late fifties or sixties, chances are pretty good that they’ll be moving back home – to your home – in ten to fifteen years.  1,341 more words

Investing

The worst breakup was the one that didn't happen

It was a Sunday afternoon, and I was having a Bumble BFF date with three girls at a wine bar in East Village (if you don’t know what Bumble BFF is, get with the times). 1,188 more words

Gen Y

The Truth Behind Millennials & Avocado Toast

Real estate mogul Tim Gurner recently took a shot at Millennials by telling them to lay off the avocado toast in order to afford buying a new home. 310 more words

Millennial

How Unstable Work Is Damaging Millennial's Mental Health

‘@Temp.com?’ The client threw his head back with laughter. ‘Bit of a crap email, isn’t it? Surely you deserve a name by now!’ He carried on howling as he waited for my response…but I couldn’t bring myself to smile. 983 more words

Anxiety

A Big Deal? Melbourne Cup memories, millennials and Michelle Payne

I first discovered that the Melbourne Cup was a Big Deal when my kindergarten class ran our own sweepstakes. There was no money involved, of course, and I don’t recall watching the race, but every 5 and 6 year old in the class drew a small piece of paper from a Danish cookie tin. 622 more words

Culture

Practical Tips for How to Use Surplus Money

Guest post by Grace Frenson

Most people tend to be irresponsible when they have surplus money by buying things they don’t really need, believing that the money is never-ending. 932 more words

GOT MY BACK? Mean What You Say–Why Promise-Keeping is Key to Your Inner Leadership

When was the last time you said to a co-worker, friend, family member or even an acquaintance, “Don’t worry, I got your back.”

But did you? 470 more words

Leadership