About this blogWelcome to Twenty & Change! Here, you'll find stories from York Daily Record's Generation Y'ers as they blog the many changes that come along in your 20s -- good and bad -- and, essentially, how to survive until you’re 30.
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- Sarah Chain on I make my own backyard in York County
- Kate Penn on I make my own backyard in York County
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- 20-ish Dish
- Apartment living
- April Trotter
- Ashley May
- Bethany Fehlinger
- Bill Landauer
- Boomerang Kid
- Brittany Wilson
- Caryn Rupert
- Christine Loman
- Dan Herman
- Dan Rorabaugh
- E.C. Pollick
- Emily Opilo
- Erin McCracken
- Generation Y
- Growing up
- Guy's perspective
- Hannah Sawyer
- Kate Harmon
- Lauren Boyer
- Leigh Zaleski
- Natalie Schwind
- Online dating
- Pop culture
- Quarter-Life Crisis
- Sarah Chain
- Stephanie Reighart
- Voter ID
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Sarah Chain realizes that being a cautious driver can sometimes pay off.
There are some questions a renter should ask before applying for an apartment. Forgetting to ask some of those questions, Bethany Fehlinger now lists things you must ask before renting.
I’ve made it two weeks into “Insanity” with Shaun T. and I feel good. I think I’m really going to make it through the two month program — and, I might even maintain it after that.
Dan Rorabaugh didn’t get much of a tan on his beach vacation and blogs about why that’s OK.
Kate Harmon talks about never taking sick days, but a recent knee surgery required her to do so.
After reading a post by a 20-something writer, features editor Bethany Fehlinger realizes she needs to stop complaining about her quarter-life crisis.
Twelve people were killed and about 50 injured at a showing of “The Dark Knight Rises” at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.
It wasn’t until college that I realized having lost all of my grandparents by my mid-teens was not the norm. I just never thought about it. Sure, I knew that others had their grandparents, and I noticed it more on … Continue reading
The quarter-life crisis is already old news: YOLO or You Only Live Once, has become a popular motto and way of life. But it could have serious consequences.