Twenty-Somethings Finding Their Way is a collection of essays by contributors who share their aspirations and inspirations as they enter adulthood.
Their stories will challenge conventional thinking about millennials and could begin to bridge generation gaps.
- Maya, who was adopted at nine months from a Chinese orphanage and came to live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she experiences the complexities of dual identity;
- Robert, who balances his passion for writing and filming animated stories with working as a barista to pay his bills;
- Anna, who works to conquer “imposter syndrome” as she imagines a career in medicine;
- Aaron, who draws on a background in philosophy to make meaning out of a disillusioning experience working for a non-profit in Tulsa, Oklahoma;
- Kimberly, who leaves a cushy law firm practice to advocate for immigrants' and sex workers' rights.
At My Pace is a series that shares a broad range of experiences to enable a richer conversation and help us to discover our personal truths.