After getting through childhood, elementary school, high school and college, young adults tend to figure they have conquered the world....
Time to get a little fancier with your cocktails.
Unique ways to spend your twenty-first birthday in New York City.
If you're struggling with adulthood, don't worry, you're not alone.
Adulting can be so tough.
When you turn 20, you get this exhilarating feeling about leaving your teen years behind and finally entering adulthood. Whether...
Mom? Roommates? Anybody?
When you were younger, you couldn’t wait to grow up and be an adult. But, as you’ve quickly learned, there...
I obviously wanted SOMEONE to hear all the crazy things I want though, so I'm going to share them with you, lovely CC readers. It can't hurt because if any of you are super well-connected and want to make one of these things happen, be.my.guest.
I know I have mentioned this a few times, but as twenty-somethings, we’re still trying to figure it all out. We’re in this crazy limbo stage where we’re kind of kids but kind of adults.
A condom can break, you can slip up and miss a pill, you can leave your NuvaRing out a few days longer than necessary. All of those small failures can lead to one of the most stressful times in a woman's life -- the unplanned pregnancy scare. That sinking, gnawing feeling that your uterus may not be uninhabited. You start freaking out at every little symptom. Nauseated in the morning...Am I hungry or is this morning sickness?
Whether we want to believe it or not, the holidays are approaching. I know, it feels like summer just started - even though it really just ended - but the reality is that temperatures are dropping, leaves are starting to change, and before we know it, it’ll be time for turkey, presents, and busy shopping malls.
I’m not even five months out of college, and the word “adult” seems to have taken on an entirely new meaning. It appears that the idea of being an adult is boggling post-grads, such as myself, night and day – even over mundane things. Facebook status updates don’t lie, especially when recent grads are excited to update the world about their climb into adulthood.
There comes a tipping point where you have to say “enough is enough,” and you either need to fix what is driving you to the edge or take a step back to realize what needs to be fixed. My tipping point just arrived and resulted in me saying: “I quit!”
Looking back, college didn’t require a lot of serious decision making – even though I thought it did. For the most part, I made decisions about frivolous things such as: Should I wear pajamas to class today? Should I stick to rum and Coke or go for the Jager bombs? Should I go out tonight or should I spend time working on that eleven-page term paper?