There have been so many great Gen-X articles published recently, I feel compelled to bring back a relic from 2008: The Blue Plate Special. It was the corny-name for a weekly round-up of the latest news articles and blog posts. Hardly anyone was writing anything about Generation X back then and content was hard to […]
In case you missed the post on Facebook, you might want to check out this conversation about The New Midlife Crisis and how and why it’s impacting Generation X women.
Holly Hobbie, the patchwork girl with the giant blue bonnet, has returned. Created in the late 1960s and widely marketed to Gen-X girls in 1974, she now appears as a member of Generation Z in the Hulu series, Holly Hobbie. Ruby Jay is Holly Hobbie Instafamous Ruby Jay, 14, landed the leading role in Holly […]
Generation X is not just a lost or forgotten generation. We are now an omitted generation. In a story that aired on January 11, CBSN completed omitted Gen-Xers from a chart titled “Generation Guidelines: Defined By Birth.” The story was based on a BuzzFeed article, Millennials: The Burnout Generation, by Anne Helen Petersen. You can […]
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. (My Lord) I have a dream today. –Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963 How many people are in the […]
In the late 1980s, artist Kathy Shorr took a job as a limousine driver so she could photograph her passengers. Her photography was recently featured in an article The Guardian: The photos are a document of their time: people were smoking, smartphones didn’t exist, no one was taking selfies. “Nobody was interested in giving you a […]