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Graduation Advice from an Elder Millennial

Graduation Advice from an Elder Millennial

I graduated college in 2005. That means by the time I was a senior I had already experienced the Columbine school shooting as a high schooler, 9/11 as a freshman in college, and one of my brothers was killed right before my 22nd birthday while serving in Iraq. I limped out of college into my first job, after three years of which I felt called into grad school and campus ministry. So I started a new job working for the CCO, which meant fundraising my salary, in the summer of 2008. That’s right, I...

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How to Respond to the Coronavirus if You are Young and Healthy

How to Respond to the Coronavirus if You are Young and Healthy

To be honest, I was dismissive of the initial reaction to the coronavirus in the US. I thought cancelling the NCAA tournament and other...

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Travel Hacking 101 [Part 3]

Travel Hacking 101 [Part 3]

It has been fun to see the response from this series. Seems like everyone wants to travel more and to more exotic locations. Or...

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A Starter Kit for Graduates: NOW WHAT?!

A Starter Kit for Graduates: NOW WHAT?!

Welcome to the “real world.” These are the first things to do to set yourself up for success.

Safety strategy: “You can’t run out of money...

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Why are Millennials so Self-Absorbed?

Why are Millennials so Self-Absorbed?

I’ve heard it countless times. The endless criticism of the millennial generation for being “entitled”, “ self-absorbed”, “spoiled”, the list goes on. My generation...

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Official Everyday Exiles 2019 National Championship Preview

Official Everyday Exiles 2019 National Championship Preview

Ah, yes, it’s that time of year football fans. The National Championship final is only a few days away. And you know what that...

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Genesis 1 Relationships

Genesis 1 Relationships

This week I want to return to the subject of loneliness. I wrote a few weeks ago about the dire loneliness epidemic sweeping our...

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It’s Been 17 Years

It’s Been 17 Years

This past week has been a busy one for the people of New York City. Tuesday marked the 17th anniversary of 9/11, Wednesday marked...

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The Biggest Mistakes College Students Make [Part 2]

The Biggest Mistakes College Students Make [Part 2]

Last week I highlighted the first 5 mistakes college students make. You can see that post HERE.

This week here are numbers 6-10 of the mistakes...

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Journey to New York

Journey to New York

According to a recent study conducted by The United Nations by 2030 over 70% of the world’s population will live in cities with a...

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