“Millennials are the laziest generation of them all,” many claim.
I want us to prove them wrong…or at least be the exceptions to the stereotype.
“Everything is meaningless,” a well-known man once wrote.
No matter what you think of millennials or how you define us (Researchers disagree on which birth years to include in the millennial generation, so birth dates potentially range from the early 80s to the mid-2000s), one thing’s for sure: we’re unique from any generation before us.
I’m a millennial who wants to live a life of purpose, on purpose. I hunger for truth and strive for integrity. I want to make my life count, and I believe there is meaning to be found in the good, the bad, and the ugly.
And I don’t think I’m alone. I believe – I have to believe – there are other millennials out there who share my sentiments.
My name is Brianna, and I’m a stereotypical firstborn and a stubborn introvert compelled to write honest, personal things even though I’d prefer to stay in obscurity. I’m a journalism grad, former photographer and HR rep, moonlight baker, and grad school dropout. I’m currently in ministry school at BSSM and I fit the millennial stereotype to a T in one area: I’m a 30-something who happily resides in my parents’ basement, where the rent’s the right price and the roommates aren’t bad, either. 😉
My mission is to inspire millennials to retain their morality, hope and faith as they transition into adulthood and full-fledged “adult.”
I find my meaning in Jesus and I believe with everything in me that he works all things for good, as it says in Romans 8:28.
P.S. I also have a recipe blog if you’re a fellow foodie!