Category quarter life crisis

Goodbye, Long Island: When Your Parents Sell Your Childhood Home

By Victoria Morrell  “We have a surprise for you!” My mother squeaked into the phone, her heavy New York accent dripping with excitement. For weeks, I had been persuading my parents to come visit me in California; I hadn’t seen them in nearly a year and I was hoping they could spend Thanksgiving in L.A.. […]

On Being Alone

By Mike Provenzano Like most people ages 18 to 28, you will likely go through your quarter-life crisis, aka the twenty-something blues. This is nothing new. Before the quarter-life crisis, you have your preteen and teenage angst and after, you’ll endure the “oh-no-I’m-almost-30” panic, “I’m-30-now-how-did-I-get-so-old” syndrome, the “good-god-I’m-turning-40” breakdown, your mid-life crisis, and so on. […]

The Lost Safety Net

By Rachel Wong I wish someone had warned me about post-grad life. Don’t misunderstand, many of my older friends told me to enjoy the time I had in school, but no one told me how absolutely frightening the real world is. To be honest, I have a good life. I have an amazing beau, who […]