My lifespan consulting practice has for 20 years been about meeting people where they are in their life transitions, which happens to be across four generations. One of those is Millennials between 28-30. I have some younger relatives in that age bracket (and younger) and they are wonderfully smart and knowledgeable. I am a member of the JustDoIt Generation (Generation X) and realize my generation […]
Who are you – Dorian Gray?” my acquaintance asked. She had taken a guess at my age because of something I said and I told her my true age. She was shocked. That can’t be, she said. “You look like a teenager in your photos and in person you look like you are in your 20s.”
Your 20s is supposed to be a great time of fun, being footloose and fancy free. However, we know that what should be and what is reality is not often a match. Navigating your 20s can be full of stress, depression and confusion.