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Two Stories, One Home: Lyndhurst Mansion

Enter someone’s home and you instantly know them better.  A home shows who someone really is and my tour at Lyndhurst Mansion did exactly this for me in regards to William Paulding and George Merritt.  471 more words


Climate Anxiety Counseling: Kennedy Plaza/Burnside Park 6/23/17

Weather: Hot, thick air, windy; heavily clouding up later

Number of people: 3 stoppers, 1 walkby

Pages of notes: 5

People who recognized me, and I them, from previous years: 496 more words

Climate Anxiety Counseling

Who Run The World? Millennials.

Before I further the stereotype of an already overly stereotyped generation, let me throw this disclaimer out; these are my observations based on my minimal experience as a Millennial working alongside fellow Millennials in the wake of yet another Millennium. 268 more words

The Gap

“You know when I was your age…” he always started rocking his chair

He had seen all obstacles, his life was a can of worms… 179 more words

More Millennial Misunderstandings

Raise your hand if you’re sick of hearing about Millennials. Scrutinizing this generation, from their tech habits, work style and buying power to their social attitudes and politics has become something of a national pastime. 551 more words


Generational Politics: Part 1 (Op-Ed)

Our current president is the confluence of a perfect storm of Baby Boomer politics. The lines were drawn long before the X’ers and Millenials were born. 359 more words