Popular phrases define beauty as 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder,' or 'beauty is only skin deep.' But the question is: Should we define beauty by what we see in the media or by popular culture and trends?
We often do not have a clear view of what beauty is. We use different life experiences and memories we have and blend them to form our own definition of our beauty.
Millennials are the children of baby boomers and were raised with the mindset of 'We want it to be easier for our children than it was for us.'
Millennials were around for the rise of the internet and came to age alongside the internet. A good way to describe millennials is technology-dependent, not technology-savvy.
Millennials got hammered by student loan debt, which was then compounded by the Great Recession. The results are years of economic struggle and delayed major milestones such as starting families and buying houses.
They were the first to force others to break stereotypes of their generation.
You can be conscious of what you type in your emails and phone messages, it pays well to have a large vocabulary at your disposal.
If you overuse a word, or say a ‘pet’ word without even realizing it, you may have to break the habit by taking help from a colleague, friend or family member.
The person who gets your message, who may be a new friend or an acquaintance, can feel as if you are being sarcastic, or may have misused a word, which they may or may not correct you. They may even think they have missed part of the conversation.
Too many fluffy words also drown out the actual conversation. If you go on and on, the message you are trying to convey gets diluted.