I have a confession.
I'm a millennial.
My monthly column, "Millennial Matters," takes a deep-dive into the many facets of being a millennial. From health, to wealth (or lack thereof), to love and more,
I explore what it means to be a millennial.
Millennial Matters can be found in The Westchester Examiner online, or in print, with more than 1,000 distribution locations located across Westchester County.
Take a peek at my latest columns below.
We vape instead of smoke, love our boozy, bottomless brunches, and have become the champion of avocado toast,
the ubiquitous millennial meal.
Welcome, my Westchester neighbors,
to your crash-course in millennialism.
The language of love has been rewritten by millennials. Boomers once “courted,” we millennials “talk.” The traditional dinner date has devolved to “hanging out.”There is one major change that separates millennial dating from generations past: technology.
Millennials Making a Difference
Thanks to these three selfless millennials, each hour in COVID- 19 quarantine is a little less daunting, and each dark day is a little brighter. Here are their stories.