Millennials make a lot of jokes about “adulting,” particularly after they graduate college. For example: getting groceries and running all your errands, like doing laundry and cleaning… Read more “hip /hip/, adj.”
competition /ˌkämpəˈtiSH(ə)n/, n.
There’s a different sense of competition that arises in the post-grad space after you finish the “traditional” 16 (or 18) years of schooling: preschool, K–12, plus college.… Read more “competition /ˌkämpəˈtiSH(ə)n/, n.”
grow /grōTH/, n.
This Memorial Day weekend, I went to visit a friend in Foster City. She’d recently moved there from San Leandro because she and her boyfriend wanted to… Read more “grow /grōTH/, n.”
adult /ˈadˌəlt/, n.
It bamboozles me a bit to think that I’ve officially spent one year of my life out of school. The time altogether has passed very quickly, but each of… Read more “adult /ˈadˌəlt/, n.”