The Generation X memes and articles during this dreadful pandemic are priceless, especially the video of the family pantomiming Journey’s Separate Ways. I love it so much! I hope it puts a big smile on your face. There have been several articles written about the unique ability of Gen-Xers to endure isolation in a pandemic. Check out […]
Top News Stories About Generation X
This blog features links to popular Gen-X news stories as well as unseen gems. Posts in this category date back to 2008 when I first began writing about Gen-Xers. Back then, very little was being written about the 13th Generation of Americans originally dubbed Baby Busters. Over the years, more and more stories have been written about Generation X. I don't capture these links on the blog to the degree I once did, but I do share all current Gen-X news in the Facebook community.
Early posts, primarily between 2008 and 2013, linked to blog posts about Generation X. Many of those blogs are no longer active, however, I was able to capture some great excerpts and quotes.
There are 60 posts filed under "Gen-X News." I have tried not to double-label those posts with the broader and more generic label, Generation X. There are nearly 300 additional posts filed under that category.
Other categories or posts you might enjoy exploring include:
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 […]
There have been some great Gen-X posts lately that I’m delighted to share with you, especially one published on the the Foundation for Economic Education’s website, Why Halloween Costumes Used to Be Terrible. It’s a fascinating read that offers a quick lesson in the global economy. The author, Richard N. Lorenc, explains how much wealthier we have […]
Slackers Aging: The generation that’s been perpetually too young and old at the same time faces the stress of aging. Bruce Springsteen, Madonna Way before Nirvana There was U2 and Blondie And music still on M-T-V Her two kids in high school They tell her that she’s uncool But she’s still preoccupied With 19, 19, […]
According to a new study by Nielsen Generation X spends more time on social media than any other generation including Millennials. Xers spend nearly 7 hours per week on various networks versus Millennials, who come in second, at just over 6 hours per week. Moreover, it’s primarily Gen X women. They spend 25 percent of their time online is on […]
Before we kick off the first Blue Plate Special of the year (the week’s top stories about Generation X), I want to share with you the Daily Photo. It’s Kirsten Major‘s Preppy Secrets Diary from 1984. This is such a rarity. I have not been able to locate a copy on Amazon, Etsy, eBay or […]
The Fall of the Berlin Wall, the Oklahoma City Bombing and the Challenger Disaster are among the top 12 historic events for Generation X, according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center in association with A+E Networks’ History. Here are the events in order of their significance to Generation X: September 11, 2011 (9/11) Obama […]