• Katie Mather on Like An Adult

    If You Can Relate To These 5 Signs, You’ve Officially Entered Adulthood

    If You Can Relate To These 5 Signs, You’ve Officially Entered Adulthood

    The transition to growing up is a smooth one. There’s no final milestone or hurdle of childhood to cross that earns you a “congratulations, you’re an adult” sticker. You’re not awarded a “Certificate of Maturity” that identifies you as a real deal grown-up. Instead, you just look around one day and realize it happened. Without […]
  • Katie Mather on Digital Generation

    5 Powerful Women In Technology Who Are Shattering Glass Ceilings Every Day

    5 Powerful Women In Technology Who Are Shattering Glass Ceilings Every Day

    Millennial women face a different world than our mothers and grandmothers did. Many old-fashioned attitudes about gender in the workplace are fading away, replaced by the realization that accommodating women is reasonable and necessary for a healthy workforce. While women have not yet broached equal representation in the worlds of politics, business and technology, we […]
  • Katie Mather on Love Hurts

    This Is The Best Way To Divide Your Things After Moving Out And Breaking Up

    This Is The Best Way To Divide Your Things After Moving Out And Breaking Up

    Any time a relationship ends, you have to go through the difficult process of disentangling yourselves from each other’s lives. If you’ve moved in with your partner and started a life with them, that process include figuring out how to divide your shared stuff. What do you do with your furniture? Who gets to keep […]
  • Katie Mather on Millennial Moms

    5 Things I Wish People Told Me About Having Kids As A Millennial Mother

    5 Things I Wish People Told Me About Having Kids As A Millennial Mother

    When my daughter was born in 2014, I devoured internet guides, how-to lists, parenting help books and suggestions from friends and family about how to raise her. Everyone had something to say — from how to dress her and burp her, to how to teach her English and our native tongue at the same time. […]
  • Katie Mather on Love Hurts

    5 Reasons Dating A Nerdy Boyfriend Will Make You Unbelievably Happy

    5 Reasons Dating A Nerdy Boyfriend Will Make You Unbelievably Happy

    OK, girls. So your fantasy man probably isn’t sporting Google Glasses or a keychain of bootable USBs when you picture him. And I get it. Those Hollywood movies promised you a handsome hunk on a horse, not a dork. But here’s the thing: Those dorky boys are often way better boyfriends than any hunk you’ll meet. […]
  • Katie Mather on Healthy Habits

    How To Finally Go Shampoo-Free Forever And Deal With The In-Between Stage

    How To Finally Go Shampoo-Free Forever And Deal With The In-Between Stage

    Chances are, you’ve heard of the no-poo movement. It’s basically the push to stop using shampoo to clean your hair. Many advocates go one step further and suggest not using any products whatsoever. The benefits include softer, healthier hair, a decrease in the amount of chemicals you wash down the drain and a move toward natural ingredients over man-made […]
  • Katie Mather on Millennial Moms

    5 Ways To Use The Internet To Be A Better Mother

    5 Ways To Use The Internet To Be A Better Mother

    Parenting has changed a lot in recent decades. And that means Millennial moms are facing a very different set of challenges than their mothers and grandmothers faced. The landscape of parenting has come with a whole new set of lessons, suggestions and techniques for helping your child and yourself navigate life as they grow up. […]
  • Katie Mather on Like An Adult

    5 Things You Need To Consider Before Renting Out Your Apartment On Airbnb

    5 Things You Need To Consider Before Renting Out Your Apartment On Airbnb

    As Millennials struggle to keep up in our globalized economy, it’s important we find additional sources of income. Fortunately, Airbnb has opened up a new, easy way to do that, as it makes subletting and renting easier for Millennials. You can now sublet your spare rooms to people across the world and pick up a […]
  • Katie Mather on Like An Adult

    5 Reasons To Try Out A Side Hustle If You Can Never Stick To A Full-Time Job

    5 Reasons To Try Out A Side Hustle If You Can Never Stick To A Full-Time Job

    Millennials should not count on working 9-to-5 and clocking out anymore. While it is frustrating to admit, we live in a globalized economy, which means every millennial sees more competition and battles rising health care costs, college debt and wages that do not keep up with the times. Under these conditions, you usually can’t rely on […]
  • Katie Mather in Money

    How The Consequences Of Brexit Will Affect Millennials Financially

    How The Consequences Of Brexit Will Affect Millennials Financially

    Like the Scottish Independence referendum of 2014, June’s vote for the Brexit was largely viewed as the baby boomer generation taking control of the future of millennials. The idea that the younger generation are the victims of the baby boomer vote is not just perception. The anger is backed by evidence that 75 percent of young voters wanted to […]
  • Katie Mather on Off The Grid

    How To Explore The Possibility Of Living ‘Off The Grid’ In Your 20s

    How To Explore The Possibility Of Living ‘Off The Grid’ In Your 20s

    No one likes the rat race, but most of us put up with the routine of waking up, going to work and heading back home to watch some TV or fiddle on our laptop. Yet some enterprising individuals are “going off the grid” and living meaningful, interesting lives, without the creature comforts of modern civilization. […]
  • Katie Mather on Digital Generation

    5 Ways The Average Person Can Make Their Internet Use More Secure

    5 Ways The Average Person Can Make Their Internet Use More Secure

    The nice part of being a digital nomad is that you can work from practically anywhere you can have access to Wi-Fi. But that means relying on public networks. Whether you’re at a coffee shop, library or somewhere else, you’re constantly connected to public networks a lot of complete strangers have access to as well. […]