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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- 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
Category Archives: Career
Sarah Chain muses over the positives and negatives to a nontraditional work schedule.
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.
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.
As Black Friday sales get earlier and earlier every year, the stories of deal-chasers grow more and more insane. In 2008, a Wal-Mart employee was trampled to death. Last year, a woman pepper-sprayed an entire crowd … Continue reading
Kate Harmon talks about the lessons Hurricane Sandy taught her about being an adult and getting older.
I’ve gotten every job I’ve ever had through networking, including my first job busing tables at a restaurant in my hometown. My brother held the job before me, and when I turned 14, I applied and used him as a … Continue reading
Kate Harmon talks about having a bad week and being in awe of working parents who can’t selfishly hide when they’re in a funk.
If you moved to a new hometown, here are some ideas on how to settle in and get connected.
What issue is most important to our generation as we head into the November election?