“When will the documentary you were featured in be available in the states?” I’ve gotten this question time and time again and could never answer it simply because I wasn’t sure. Well, the director notified me last week that it’s made its debut on Amazon. For those who have prime, feel free to watch it for free. Don’t have Prime? Simply rent it for $2.99 … Continue reading My Millennial Life is now Available on Amazon!
So, it’s been a little over a year since My Millennial Life premiered. And, a lot has changed. In the documentary, you see as I talk about how much I dislike my current job and how unhappy I was with being 25 and still living at home. “This is not how I saw myself at 25,” you heard me say as I sat in my … Continue reading One Year Later: My Millennial Life Premiere
Millennials get shit on time and time again. We’re classified as “spoiled” “privileged” and “entitled.” I’ll probably get bashed for defending us, but someone has to. Society says all we do is “complain.” I’m here to argue that statement. It’s called ‘venting.’ Unless you’re someone who complains and does nothing to fix it, I don’t see any issues in talking about how frustrating it is … Continue reading Please Stop Labeling Millennials
Hey everyone! My Millennial Life is hosting a CAPTION CONTEST and are featuring ME this week. If you could leave a caption stating what you think I’m saying to Brett, you could win #MyMillennialLife ‘s millennial slogan stickers, and a DVD of our finished film! Thanks! Continue reading CAPTION CONTEST: #MyMillennialLife
I was contacted by someone back in April regarding a documentary called “My Millennial Life.” It couldn’t believe my ears when I was told I was chosen to be featured because well, I didn’t think I was that important. But, apparently, my story was something else. I’d spent countless dozens commuting to New York for not one, but two internships, had plenty of writing experience–mostly … Continue reading Most People Haven’t a Clue That I Starred in a Documentary Called ‘My Millennial Life’