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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Monthly Archives: December 2012
Those who are newly engaged know they will bombarded with questions. However, this interrogation can ruin the joyful time between engaged and full-gear wedding planning. When you hear someone is engaged, do not ask these questions:
At the age of 25, I seldom find myself “feeling old.” While many of my friends point to their inabilities to drink and party the way they did in college, I don’t feel their pain. But Dec. 30 changed how … Continue reading
Instagram brought my family together this Christmas.
No more days full of presents and food for this 20-something. I always work Christmas, and am lucky enough my family comes to visit anyway.
It is that time of year when I am reminded of life goals I should have accomplished by now. Though I am 26, single and child-free, there are many perks about being a twenty-something for the holidays.
While my Christmas wish is that everyone could be home for the holidays, I realize that might be a request even too big for Santa to grant. So, I’m sending my many thanks to all of the workers who are working hard keeping America running.
‘Tis the season to watch movies; Dissecting the differences between two versions of “How the Grinch Stold Christmas”
There are a few things that go hand-in-hand with the American Christmas season. Among them are baking cookies, shopping and caroling. A fourth, for good measure, is watching Christmas movies, something that I believe, like listening to Christmas music, should … Continue reading
Sarah Chain reflects on how the Sandy Hook shootings — just 20 miles from her hometown — affected her.