Millennials are burning out at a rapid rate. Why?
How have teaching and student life changed in the 21st century?
Just what is it that these old timers do that make them so healthy and vibrant?
And I spend a lot of time thinking about what they’re missing.
I don’t need gifts this holiday season. What I want is for my sweet, hard-working child on the spectrum is to find a paying job.
A new study suggests that Americans face an ‘economic bar’ to marriage. Before they walk down the aisle, many couples want to have a house, a bank account and a job that offers health insurance.
People aren’t as happy as they pretend to be.
We must find ways to set all our children free.
Money vs. abs. And…does everyone lie?
Love struck or sex-starved. The choice is yours.
Spectating on the financial and social independence achieved by friends and classmates from your parents’ couch admittedly makes millennials feel dissatisfied. But living at home despite having a degree to one’s name shouldn’t be imprisoning, it should be liberating.
Is it cool to be a bad boy? Is it cool to be a rebel? Is it cool to be a dummy?
And Raymond Baxter thinks you should stop saying it, too.
A continuation of Jared Ware’s insightful interviews with South Carolina prisoners …
Jared Ware interviews South Carolina prisoners … he hopes their stories will help people both inside and outside prison walls.
There are so many absurd perceptions that the younger generation has to address.