Hi, reader pals. Fun news. HuffPost Live discovered us and has invited me to join a panel discussion on whether Millennials (those born in the 80’s and 90’s) really are the most stressed-out generation of all, as a new study implies.

It was this blog post that caught their notice. So feel free to check it out if you haven’t before, and if you want to watch the live discussion, it’ll be airing on the HuffPost Live website at 3pm Eastern Time this Monday, February 11th. Here’s the link you can follow to watch: http://huff.lv/YjOwmZ

If you catch the discussion and you’ve got something to say, definitely take to the HuffPost comments, and in the meantime, if you’re a fan of this blog, share share share the news! The more the merrier. You guys are a great community of readers and I always look forward to hearing what you have to say.

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“Narcissistic, broke, and 6 other ways to describe the Millennial generation,” reads the headline of a round-up on Millennials from The Week Magazine’s website, citing sources like The Fiscal Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Gospel Coalition.

According to the article, other ways to describe us include “spendthrift”, entrepreneurial, stressed-out, and less religious than our forebears.

As Rachel Krause writes at The Frisky,

“We’re broke, we’re unemployed, we owe student loans, we’re living off our parents, we have degrees in things like English and Philosophy, we’re unprecedentedly narcissistic, and as if we couldn’t get any more charming, all the money we do have we spend on luxury goods: welcome to Generation Y, bitches!”

Millennials were born in the 1980’s and 90’s, though some people add in babies from the late 70’s and even the early 2000’s. I was born in 1983.

More stressed? Sure, I can…

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  1. Congratulations on being chosen for the HuffPost panel. Well Done!

  2. Mazel tov on the HuffPo pick up! Your voice is really getting out there! Yippee!

  3. Nice job on the interview. Was it stressful? 🙂

  4. Maybe I’m not a Millenial. I was born in the ’70s. What does that make me?…

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