iGen- Book Review

Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, an employer, or just an observer of the human condition, there is a good chance you’re concerned about the youth of today.  They are glued to their phones, they don’t go outside, they can’t/won’t get jobs, they seem incapable of genuine, face-to-face communication.  What are we going to do with them?  Take away their devices?  Kick them out of the house?  Throw up our hands and give up? Continue reading

Book Review: Adulting – by Kelly Williams Brown

adulting by kelly williams brownIs there anything more millennial than this taking a noun and making it a hip-sounding new “-ing” gerund trend?  Googling, texting, tweeting, Facebooking.  That’s about all I thought Adulting by Kelly Williams Brown was going to be, a novel-length collection of snide millennial hipsterness.  I was…wrong? Continue reading