As a member of the generation that raised millennials, instead of distributing blame, I think we should think on our own sins, and the conditions we set up for them.
Listen up, kids. Mama is getting tired of all the Baby Boomer bashing and wants to say a few words.
We, the anxious millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
In this week’s part of The Big Smoke’s Boomers series, each generation believes they have it the toughest, however the choices my father’s generation made are beyond my comprehension.
A recent study discovered that a large percentage of parents had no idea what their kids do for a job. And I agree. But I don’t like its tone.
With Medicare set to be privatised, Jordan King-Lacroix points the finger, not at the Turnbull government, but the reformers who caused it: the Baby Boomers.
John Moneir looks into the evolution of procrastination and, to our relief, finds that with great comfort, comes great faffing.
Proud Generation Y’er Kate Turner has come out in defence of her generation, saying Gen X should blame themselves for the current landscape.
Our unofficial sociologist Kate Turner exposes “phubbing” – a spreading social virus in which those infected choose their phones over you.
After being braced by the slip of the coolest kid from school, Chris Foye has decided to let himself go, and enjoy the downward spiral.
New TBS writer Mathew Mackie writes on “the new Lost Generation” or “How he stopped resisting and learned to love the Instagram.”