We at Gold Millennial hope our readers had a great holiday season and start to their new year. To start off 2019, we have some announcements to make. 3 Women, 3 Views Currently, Gold Millennial has 3 contributors with their own unique voices, views, and backgrounds. Sometimes our contributors agree with each other and sometimes … Continue reading 3 Women, 3 Views, 2 Mias, and a Site Redesign
Rupi Kaur is considered by many to be the quintessential Millennial poet. Rising to fame after sharing her poetry and illustrations on Instagram, her first book, Milk and Honey, hit the top of the New York Times bestseller list. Our selected book, The Sun and Her Flowers, is Kaur’s second book. It was released in … Continue reading November 2018 Gold Millennial Book Club: The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
My daughters were fascinated the other night when I told them the story of the day I left a rather large pot with a bit of oil in it on the stove in our house in Georgia. I had intended on making popcorn but after I set it up I became impatient waiting for the … Continue reading My Colossal Collection of Crazy Stories
I love October. It's always been my favorite month. I grew up in upstate New York. October was always a month of perfect jacket weather, crunchy leaves painting a palette of Autumn across the sky, apple picking, cider doughnuts, and pumpkin everything. In my later years I've developed an obsession with pies, but I only … Continue reading It’s Blogtober!
I would like to give our team member Mia an official warm welcome. Angela and I are so honored that you have chosen to invest your time with us in building Gold Millennial. Thank you for sharing our vision to grow a thriving community of older millennials who believe in fostering emotional intelligence and a … Continue reading Welcome To the Team – Mia!
Have you ever been listening to the radio and a song comes on that not only touches your heart, but drills right now to the bones of your soul? A song that not only makes you feel understood, but makes you feel connected to a collective of all the other souls in your generation? There … Continue reading The Playlist of Our Generation
The call to write is undeniable…it pulses through my veins and sings to my soul in a haunting melody. In truth, I can’t recall a time that I wasn’t obsessed with the written word.
Two nights ago, my husband José and I decided to do nothing. So we laid down on our bed and listened to music. When "Overthought" by Feverkin came on, José said, "This song always makes me think of you." "Why is that?" I asked. "Because the tick tick is your focus, and then you scribble, … Continue reading Why I Write
My cousin Angela and I are so thrilled that we have decided to collaborate together on this blog, now officially goldmillennial.com! We have upgraded the site so that you no longer have to use the old url. Our goal is to make this a space where you can come to read about a variety of … Continue reading Welcome to our team!
Happy fourth of July! Happy birthday to our homeland! Today is the perfect day to forget political nonsense for one blissful, cotton pickin' minute. Just like on anyone's birthday, today we think only about all the GOOD qualities of our country, and all the reasons why we love it SO much. Simon Sinek put this … Continue reading Happy Fourth