This is a great essay.
From Johnny Oleksinsk, at the New York Post:
"The social awkwardness of 20-somethings is a problem caused by two enemies: Kanye-sized egos and smartphones" https://t.co/fSgYYW6g5K— New York Post (@nypost) July 12, 2016
Too often, during a conversation, a young person’s eyes glaze over as they decide what scintillating tidbit about their brilliant selves to reveal next, be it the three days they didn’t leave their apartment, or how a study abroad experience in Portugal nine years ago shaped who they are today. News flash: Nobody cares.
(Sorry, I just got a text from someone I’d rather be spending time with. Feel free to keep reading while I carry on a separate conversation with them.)