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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A high school project launched Arthur Caleb Robertson into a career by the time he was 20 years old. Here are five questions with a 20-something with the York, Pa., native.
At age 26, Courtney Miller has paid off her student loans and owns a home. She did all this by living below her means and working hard.
I recently noticed how awesome and talented our generation is. This inspired an idea: Interviews with 20-somethings.
Do you have a short commute? Do you like that new-car smell? Do you like keeping your vehicles in factory condition? Leasing a car might be a great option for your 20-something life.
When your car breaks down, what do you do? I took public transportation and it wasn’t so bad in York County.
When I was in high school, I looked forward to one award show every year: the MTV Video Music Awards. I would camp out in front of the television and stay up way past my bedtime (then much earlier than … Continue reading
Sometimes wedding planning can get a bit overwhelming. Why not take a break and watch a movie about your upcoming big day!
To go back to school or to not go back? This is a struggle many young professionals struggle with, and there are some dos and don’ts.
Weddings now cost a small fortune — close to $30,000. However, 20-somethings have a larger debt load at about $45,000. How can we even afford to get hitched?
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: