Do You Need a Will? Don’t Die Wondering.

Thought much about dying? Not the bit where the piano falls on your head (or squashes you mid coitus - more on that later), the bit afterwards where your loving family tears itself apart in a bare-knuckle fight over your mortal estate. Here’s how to avoid the drama when you finally tap out. Read More...

Gen X, We Need to Talk About Euthanasia

When respected scientist Dr David Goodnall flew across the world to end his 104-year-old life, he sent a powerful message: my life, my right to die. Advances in longevity will mean our kids will routinely live as long as Goodnall. In the meantime, we need to talk about euthanasia.

Where Next for Generation X?

Where next for Generation X? Surely, we just need to look at our Baby Boomer parents to see what’s in store for us - after all, they’re us in 20 years right? Turns out there are some powerful forces (no, not Putin or Zuckerberg or The Dark Side; think social and technological) at play that may be steering us towards a different future.

Being Gen X (Part 2)

Where next for Generation X? Surely, we just need to look at our Baby Boomer parents to see what’s in store for us - after all, they’re us in 20 years right? Turns out there are some powerful forces (no, not Putin or Zuckerberg or The Dark Side; think social and technological) at play that may be steering us towards a different future.

Who is Generation X?

It wasn’t easy growing up Gen X; ‘rocking out’ to Wham, flapping around in parachute pants, pretending you cared what happened on 90210. Stuck between Baby Boomer parents and Millennial kids, Gen Xers have matured into a new, less blow-dried, set of challenges. And some sweet ass benefits too...

Being Gen X (Part I)

It wasn’t easy growing up Gen X; ‘rocking out’ to Wham, flapping around in parachute pants, pretending you cared what happened on 90210. Stuck between Baby Boomer parents and Millennial kids, Gen Xers have matured into a new, less blow-dried, set of challenges. And some sweet ass benefits too...

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