For the A-Z Blog challenge, I will be addressing some of life's big questions. Perhaps together we can find the answers to many heretofore unsolvable mysteries.
is for Generation X
I believe the term Generation X can be applied to anyone born from around the early 1960s through the late '70s or early '80s.
So yes. Let me date myself. That means me.
Those of us born after the World War II baby boom. Those of us that lived through the oil crisis, the energy crisis, Chernobyl, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Cold War.
We've helped usher in the home computer, cellular phones, video gaming, and the internet.
Our lives have been marked by constant change. According to author John Ulrich,
"Generation X" has always signified a group of young people, seemingly without identity, who face an uncertain, ill-defined (and perhaps hostile) future.Have we reached that future?
What about our children? The ones they call the MTV Generation or Generation Y? What kind of future is in store for them?