12 Things Millennials Agree With Boomers On, Finally

While taking my daily scroll on Reddit, I found an interesting post and decided to share it with you. Someone asked, “Reddit, what’s your most ‘I’m with the Boomers on this’ opinion? Here are the top-voted responses. 12. Be Respectful of Others in Public “When you’re in a public place, you should respect others around … Read more

Millennial Lives Different From Grandparents: 25 Ways How

Millennial Lives Different From Grandparents

Stacker Studio originally published this informative article on millennial lives different from grandparents. We received their permission to republish it here. Anyone who’s read the news lately has heard about millennials “killing” a number of industries: vacations, beer, napkins, cereal, golf, and diamonds, to name a few. The consumption habits of the “kids these days” … Read more

What a Parent-Friendly Workplace Looks Like

parent-friendly workplace

Like many systemic issues in the U.S., the question of how parent-friendly workplaces are falls along classed, raced, and gendered lines.  Unlike most other wealthy nations, the U.S. does not have federally mandated paid parental leave or medical leave, deferring instead to the discretion of companies and private workplaces, as well as states, to decide these … Read more

Jobs for Millennials That Didn’t Exist for Their Parents

Jobs for Millennials

Once upon a time, people got their milk from the milkman and urgent news from the telegram delivery boy. Today milk comes courtesy of Instacart and Telegram is an instant messaging service. Yes, times have changed—most notably because of how profoundly the internet has altered our lives in the last quarter-century. Few people would have … Read more

Most Iconic Road Trips in Every State

Hitting the road to get away from it all and explore new places has never felt more thrilling. These trips offer an adventure for everyone, from stunning coasts to epic mountains or even music and bourbon trails. If you have a weekend, a week, or a month, there’s a trip for you.  Whether you’re looking … Read more

15 Outstanding Watkins Glen Restaurants

Watkins Glen is a quaint village nestled in the gently rolling hills of the scenic Finger Lakes Region in upstate New York. It sits along the southern shore of stunning Seneca Lake, one of the eleven Finger Lakes. The area, blessed with natural beauty, is known for fantastic wineries, breweries, and eateries. With so many … Read more

Cities With the Most Adults Living With Their Parents

Most Adults Living With Parents

Stacker Studio created rankings based on the percentage of adults living with parents in this article. We were given permission to republish it here. The Great Recession from 2008 might be more or less over, but some of its most conspicuous trends live on. Among those trends is the rising number of multigenerational households, i.e., households … Read more

10 Things a First-Time Foster Pet Parent Should Know

First-Time Foster Pet Parent

ManyPets originally published this article aiming to help a first-time foster pet parent to make pets feel happy, safe, and loved. We received their permission to republish it here. Fostering pets can give animals a chance to flourish before they’re sent to their forever homes. According to data gathered by The Humane Society of the United … Read more

Most Common Financial Conflicts Between Kids and Parents and Tips for Getting Ahead of Them

Most Common Financial Conflicts Between Kids and Parents and Tips for Getting Ahead of Them

Parenting children of any age has its ups and downs, and part of the job is navigating a variety of conflicts as children grow and mature. One of the most common conflicts are those related to money. GoHenry analyzed the most common financial conflicts between kids and parents based on a study from LendingTree and further research. LendingTree, … Read more