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Soraya Bagheri

Growing Up in 2018

Growing up as a teenager in 2018 is a bit more different than what my parents described their high school and teenage years experiences were. I’m sure I’m not the only person whose parents have told them about what life was like growing up. Whether it’s the clothes they wore, the music they listened to, or whatever they did after school with their friends. 

Carole Townsend

(Not So) Common Sense | A kinder, gentler generation

I’m a parent. In fact, my husband and I are the parents of four children, ranging in age from 26 – 32. I think that means that all of our children are millennials, though opinions and definitions of what, exactly, a “millennial” is differ greatly. I don’t suppose it matters all that much, anyway. While several generations have been given names (starting with the Greatest Generation), those designations aren’t what I hope to address today.

Alex Le

What do millennials do in their spare time?

Top of the mornin’ Gwinnett Citizen readers! 

Millennials are a generation that embrace technology, but the truth is millennials enjoy a vast array of activities that do not include scrolling through their phones for hours. 

Alex Le

Fact: Millennials are glued to their phones

Top of the mornin’ Gwinnett Citizen readers! 

How many of you have heard the phrase “Millennials can’t communicate”? Whether you are a Baby-Boomer cringing when you see two young people out for dinner but they’re glued to their phones or you’re a Millennial reading this as you’re scrolling through Facebook; there is something to the concept that Millennials have issues communicating; to a degree.  

These Moore

Life Insurance myths

Too many people are taking an unnecessary risk by not protecting their loved ones with life insurance.  While the Thele Moore Agency offers auto, home and business products; life insurance is the most rewarding product.  It offers us the opportunity to secure the future of our customers.

Here are a few myths about life insurance from Life Happens the July 15, 2015 article written by Robyn Parets for Nerdwallet.

Knockin’ on nature’s door

Knockin’ on nature’s door

Top of the mornin’ Gwinnett Citizen readers!  

I’ve observed a very distinct divide between millennials (those aged 18 to 35-year-olds) and the teenagers of today and their interaction with nature. 

The pokéculture is changing the world

Top of the mornin’ Gwinnett Citizen readers! By now most of you have either heard of Pokémon Go, are playing it, or this is the first time you’re hearing about it.