The Key to Finding a Roommate in a New City

Moving to a new city is stressful enough, but trying to find a new roommate on top of that? Cue the panic. While finding the perfect person to live with can be daunting, it doesn’t have to be impossible. Below are our six top tips for finding a roommate – and hopefully, a life-long friend […]

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How Pinterest Can Help Make Your Twenties a Breeze | Genpink

How Pinterest Can Help Make Your Twenties a Breeze

This guest post was written by Ali, leave her your thoughts in the comments! See her other genpink posts here. Let’s face it, your twenties can be really hard. Financial instability, crappy jobs and simply feeling lost can really take a toll on your happiness and life. Don’t let anyone fool you, the quarter-life crisis […]

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5 Fun Products for Young Pros + MacBook case Giveaway!

As a young professional, I’m always keeping an eye out for the next trend in fitness, food, home or work. We’ve rounded up five of the latest products on the market fit for millennials. Enjoy! (This giveaway has closed.) Unique Wine Stoppers From Hot & Cold Faucet stoppers to Golf Ball stoppers, has the […]

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On turning 29: my year to belong

On turning 29: my year to Belong

This post was originally posted in a series on I just rediscovered it. It was written 3 years ago. As I’m approaching yet another birthday, I’ll be evaluating what “this is my year to ____” might be for 2014. Spoiler alert, the “boyfriend” I mention in the post that I wanted to belong with, […]

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Why Gen Y is so Unhappy (and What We Can Do About It)

This guest post was written by Alicia, her full bio is at the end of the post.  All generations have particular issues and mindsets that define their lives to a large degree. Each generation’s characteristics even impact the next one. The Greatest Generation grew up during the Depression and became frugal and focused on economic […]

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How to identify a modern day Don Draper

(This post was written exclusively for GenPink by Sarah Gooding, a product manager for PlentyofFish.) On the surface, GenPink seems like the ideal target for Don Draper, but don’t assume these twenty-somethings are as naïve as their 1960s counterparts. Today’s generation pink is savvier, especially when it comes to the world of dating. But in […]

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How To Impress Your Interviewers On Your First Job Interview

As we find ourselves in a time of economic hardship, interviews mean more now than ever. You are competing against a higher number of people who also are likely to have a higher level of qualification than normal, because of the high unemployment rates. This means that you need to impress your interviewer in a […]

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Glamour Reveals Annual List of “Top 10 College Women” Winners at “Dream Job” Panel and Awards Ceremony Sponsored Exclusively by L’Oréal Paris

For 56 years Glamour’s Top 10 College Women competition has recognized 10 students from across the country for campus leadership, scholastic achievement, community involvement, and unique, inspiring goals. This year for the first time, a Reader’s Choice winner was also named; more than a half million votes were cast on to select the recipient. […]

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How Millennial Are You?

I’ve recently started using a new aggregating resource called NewsCred, which allows you to “Create and discover newspapers about the things you love.” Which really means that popular resources of topics of my join find their way to my inbox. This morning I read an article (thanks to NewsCred), Millennial Breakdown, which presented the findings […]

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B is for Balance

bal·ance –noun 1. a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount, etc. 2. the power or ability to decide an outcome by throwing one’s strength, influence, support, or the like, to one side or the other. First I will start with saying I’ve had fun picking each letter for my ABCs project, […]

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