As the writer of Vanessa's Voice I tend to talk about some fairly sensitive topics relating to personal growth and social justice. TheAdultMillenial writes very humorously about Adulting as a millennial so I thought to myself, what a better person to partner with. I asked to guest blog about something that is a sensitive topic affecting many … Continue reading When are you going to have kids?
While we're on the subject of Holidays. There is a point in every persons life when we stop believing in Holiday Mascots. It happens at different ages for different people, but inevitably every kid stops believing in Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. For many of us though...this isn't the end of the road for … Continue reading Becoming the Easter bunny
With today being the first day of spring and Easter fast approaching, I thought it would be good to discuss an inevitable milestone in so many of our lives. Hitting the point where your family and friends come to YOU for holiday dinner, rather than you go to them. This change in roles could come … Continue reading Hosting Holiday Dinners
No...this isn't a subtle name for swingers clubs or nude beaches. Adult Summer Camps appear to be the most pure and stereotypical Millennial invention ever. It is essentially the summer camp parents used to (maybe still do?) send their kids to...only for adults! If you're still planning your vacation for this summer, let me explain. … Continue reading Adult Summer Camps
For all of you who have been patiently waiting since my advice yesterday to judge my story and see if I followed ANY of it... First a little back story. My wife LOVES crafts/hobbies. If it can be DIY'd, she's probably done it...or at the very least watched a dozen YouTube videos of how to. … Continue reading How I Proposed
Despite the fact that I talk a lot on this blog about not following "traditional" adult trends, and that things like MARRIAGE aren't that important...I...I am married.... And part of getting married, first involved getting engaged. I've been debating whether I should post about my particular story of how I got engaged, or just my … Continue reading Getting Engaged
As a generation we often lament about how things are harder for us. We compare job opportunities and income to our parents. House prices and just basic cost of living, have gone up considerably in our lifetime. I won't get into the whiny argument that "life is so hard for us" and I know every … Continue reading Redefining “Success”