ABOUT

As a 20-something who just began grad school, holds a full-time job in marketing/communications, and oh ya, also just moved back in with my parents, I am experiencing the emerging adulthood trend first hand. Through personal accounts, listening to the perspectives of others and a bit or research –

I want to inspire others to share their 20-something stories.

Whether it be about moving home to save, landing that first desk job, or opinions on when the right time is to get married. It’s clear this decade is a defining one, as we 20-somethings are laying the groundwork for what the rest of our lives will hold. So I hope this blog will bring the realities of today’s 20-something life to light and help to overcome the some of the negative stereotypes associated with my age group.

Some housekeeping…

If you know me personally you may know where I work. Please note that the opinions expressed on this blog are mine and mine alone, and do in no way shape or form reflect the views of my employer.

Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, here’s how you can get in touch with me:

I tweet from @jordanslay and will often post random tidbits about my sometimes boring, almost always exciting, 20-something life.

For personal friends, find me on the Book at Facebook.com/jordanslay.

Network much? I hear LinkedIn is good for that.

Current obsession: Instagram. Search for me under “jordanslay” on this delightful mobile photo sharing app.

Add me to your “cook kids” circle on Google+.

Finally this blog is constantly a work in progress so I enjoy hearing your thoughts and feedback on how to improve it – always!

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