The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?
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The Quarter-life crisis epidemic, should we be worried?

  The latest craze of social speculation and influx of statistics falls upon the heads of young adults, the twenty something’s. The rumour is that we’re all miserable and disappointing our potential; financially, romantically and in our careers.  The idea that we now enter a second childhood in our twenties leaves me feeling both offended and … Continue reading

Tim Carter, 23, Yateley, Hampshire: The Twenty Something Project
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Tim Carter, 23, Yateley, Hampshire: The Twenty Something Project

Arriving at my East London flat suited and booted Tim Carter is the vision of a young banker. Working in the Square Mile in the country’s most thriving financial district is a demanding career for a young man, especially a young man who’s social hobbies include; camping, shooting and going to music festivals.  He reminds … Continue reading

Sukh Bhandal 26, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey: The Twenty Something Project
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Sukh Bhandal 26, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey: The Twenty Something Project

As my train rushes away from London the buildings slowly turn into trees, back gardens become longer, wider and my fellow passengers on the train are noticeable more relaxed than those in the centre of town. Walton-on-Thames bears many of the trademarks of a Surrey suburb. A lovely place to buy your first home or … Continue reading