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.
- Twenty & Change | Cutting costs: Unplugging cable and Internet from Comcast on DIY: How to install Comcast Xfinity cable and Internet yourself
- Smart Magazine | Celebrate Memorial Day in and around York County on Changing Memorial Day weekend celebrations
- Twenty & Change | Changing Memorial Day weekend celebrations on Sweet home
- Twenty & Change | 23 things I have learned in my 23 years on Resume tips to get you the job
- HGH supplements on Apartment life: What you need to know about renters insurance
- 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
Category Archives: Stephanie Reighart
The cycle of conflict: Will we ever learn?
Every four years, just like a November-style Leap Year, it’s time to vote for a president. Each big-one election that I’ve voted in has meant something different each time. What will 2012 mean?
I love writing letters. It forces me to write legibly — a skill I’ve lost since school assignments required typed essays. It supports the United States Postal Service. I get to write on fancy paper, or normal paper, with fancy … Continue reading
Love lists? Check out this super list app.
Discount table shopping is nothing to be ashamed of.
With the growing season on, it’s time to preserve some of the delicious produce for wintertime enjoyment. Here’s a look at my successful attempt at fermenting beets.
Is that warning from Twitter in my email inbox for real or spam? Here’s what I found after some Internet digging and how I decided to answer that question.
In the heat of the summer, I have found a great excuse to escape into the cool of the woods: raspberries! They are easy to find and grow all over the county. When most people think of raspberries, the red … Continue reading
Purslane is easy to find because it grows everywhere. If you have a garden, you probably have purslane growing because the creeping plant loves the recently disturbed soil of your landscaped yard or tilled garden. An annual, purslane grows about … Continue reading