We all know it’s wise to start our day with a healthy breakfast. Eating right first thing in the morning, studies have shown, sets the tone for the food choices we’ll make throughout the rest of the day.
From fettuccine Alfredo to stovetop ziti, every one of these pasta recipes can be made in 30 minutes or less. [Photograph: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt] There's a recipe for every mood. Sure, sometimes
It’s a common complaint from employers that young people leave education without the skills they will need in the world of work. And for Generation Y, those supposedly brought up on a diet of fast food
This story originally appeared on LearnVest. Pop quiz! Who’s most worried about retirement: a) baby boomers, b) Gen Xers or c) Millennials? You’re probably thinking boomers, seeing as their golden years
Exclusive new data shows how debt, unemployment and property prices have combined to stop millennials taking their share of western wealth The full scale of the financial rout facing millennials is revealed
Who are they? Millennials are currently aged 20-35, or born between 1980 and the end of 1994 (with some more generous definitions taking in those born up to 2000). They also get called Generation Y, because
For the first time, a generation is growing up certain that it will be poorer than its parents. Millennials — people born between the early 1980s and late 1990s — have dimmer prospects than their forebears.
They are Generation Curling in Sweden, Generation Serious in Norway, and even Generation John Paul II in Poland. The Chinese call them ken lao zu, or “the generation that eats the old”, and the Japanese
As I approach my 30s, I feel bombarded with new emotions and ideas. Friday night plans are no longer as appealing as they once were, that extra glass of wine can hurt the next day, and a good sweat session
This is a generation that cares deeply. Read what they have to say on everything from the European referendum to the mistreatment of refugees On Monday, the Guardian began a major project considering issues
George Osborne described his budget as a plan for “the next generation” 18 times. We examine whether the actual measures back that up This was a budget for Generation Y, George Osborne would have us believe.
The baby boomer workplace exodus is beginning, and millennials’ ranks are growing, but here’s why you shouldn’t panic. Popular media has reached a millennial think piece saturation point. Well-meaning