Parenthood is a strange thing, to be proud of someone for using a toilet.
Procrastinating on chores lately, maybe tomorrow. Days have been draining lately, I blame these negative temperate, winter better take it up above freezing soon I can’t afford a vacation anywhere warmer.
I really want to buy and play with Legos, they sure did know what they were doing when they made the Lego Movie.
More doodles, just some faces.
For Girl Scout cookie season, I stopped myself at 3 boxes and I’ve eaten 9 or so. Baby girl had 3, one of each because she’s never had them before.
Indisputable Evidence That Millennials Have It Worse Than Any Generation in 50 Years
Every generation likes to believe that it came of age at an especially trying moment in history. Millennials have the Great Recession to lament. Gen X had the dotcom bust. The Boomers had Vietnam. And the Silents had the early Cold War, complete with the not-so-silly threat of nuclear war.
But at least when it comes to the job market, I think we can all agree by now that today’s young adults are deserving of at least a few extra pity points. And should there be any doubt, here’s a wonderful, one-chart demonstration of why from a new Pew report. At every education level, the 25- to 32-year-olds of 2013 confronted a higher unemployment rate than past generations did when they were stepping into the workforce. And keep in mind, that’s 2013—four years after the economy was supposed to have started mending.
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And it sucks.
I’m having a selfie kind of day I guess