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Twentysomethings

  1. ask polly
    Ask Polly: ‘Are You Happier Than You Were in Your Twenties?’Sadness doesn’t define you, even if it feels that way right now.
  2. advice
    Ask Polly: Help, I Feel Like I’m Drowning!The challenge here is to show yourself how strong you are.
  3. generation gap
    Older Women Aren’t Enemies, They’re EnviedWhat a new show gets wrong about the gap between 20-somethings and 40-somethings.
  4. advice
    Ask Polly: How Am I Supposed to Make Friends in My Late 20s?Aim low and open your heart.
  5. peak popularity
    Everybody Likes You When You’re 29A new study pinpoints the most popular age. 
  6. blunt and blunter
    Facebook App Shows Which of Your Friends Are DTFIn case online dating was too subtle for you.
  7. mogul talk
    Why Do Millennials Love Martha But Not Oprah?The ex-con domestic goddess crosses the irony threshold.
  8. ink-stained wretches
    Jonathan Franzen Knows What Love Is“Whenever I looked at a bird, I could feel my heart overflow with love.”
  9. twentysomethings
    Their Artistic Ambitions Are So Big, New York–Based Twentysomethings Have No SpaceSo how do they make it work?
  10. the new establishment
    A 26-Year-Old From Brooklyn Is Mayor of the Four SeasonsThis really is a city where dreams come true.
  11. the greatest depression
    The Rise of the Adult-Shaped ChildMore people in their 20s and 30s are moving back home.
  12. waffles of life
    Greenwich Twentysomething Trades Wall Street for Waffles“The idea clicked when Hoelscher took a weekend off work as a stockbroker at Wedbush Investments in LA to go skiing in Stratton, VT.”
  13. twentysomethings
    Christine O’Donnell Was a Twentysomething When She Denied Evolution, So It’s FineNow, she’s you.
  14. she works hard for the money
    All the Single Ladies … Are Closing the Paycheck GapShoulda putta a ring on it.
  15. The Nouveau PoorLest we forget, it’s not just the rich who have been affected by the Wall Street crisis. The real victims are the twentysomethings who, laid off from their finance jobs, have been forced to live in reduced circumstances.