As this blog grows and more information is discussed, and if you feel you disagree with something written, please feel free to discuss the better method on this site, on Facebook, or privately with me and I am more than open to changing, revising, or tweaking my methods.
About Millennial 101:
Right from the get-go, I won’t purport to be the most knowledgeable or most experienced in any of the subjects I discuss on this blog. I am learning, just like you readers, on a day-to-day basis about how to keep up in a fast-paced world of retirement plans, credit cards, investing, technology, etc; subjects that many of us have never been taught about.
This blog is exactly that: a collection of written research and how-to guides of what I’ve learned and what practices I follow to ensure I live smart in the easiest possible way. Just like any “101” academic course, I write, explain, and discuss with you on subjects that I believe are the “Millennial basics.”
This blog is intended to relay information to my friends and family without clogging their Facebook news feed. If you don’t know me in person, welcome, and I hope you find some value in the information here.
I am a 26 year old electrical engineer who graduated from the University of Illinois in 2013. I spend a bit too much time on Reddit, Wikipedia, and Youtube which sets the foundation for the knowledge behind everything you’ll read on this blog.