5 Important Health Screenings For Millennials

Bella Breakdown Adulting can be hard, but when it comes to long term health it’s best for anyone to be proactive. With millennials now in the 22-37 age range getting these health screenings have become more important than ever. Colorectal screening: In the past, getting screened for colonoscopies are usually reserved for patients in their 40s and 50s, but there has been a rise of colorectal cancer in younger people. “Unfortunately, when a younger person has those symptoms, even their doctor or health care provider may fail to think of colorectal cancer because it’s not something that we’re accustomed...

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Millennials Are Spending More On Beer Than Their Phone Bill

Bella Breakdown Millennials are once again proving they are the new beer snobs after a survey revealed the young generation spends $60 a month on craft beer. That’s more than the average cost of a cell phone bill. According to the survey, millennial drinkers are dishing out $5 more on beer than any other American drinker. More than half (56%) of millennials said they drank an ice cold craft brew at least once a week. And it’s the men who are being the big spenders when it comes to craft beer. Spending $66 a month on the alcoholic beverage...

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Forget Renting, Generation Z Are Planning To Be Homeowners

Bella Breakdown Millennials may be having a hard time finding homes to settle down in due to student loans, but Generation Z isn’t planning to make those same mistakes. According to new data, post-millennials otherwise known as Gen Zers are making homeownership one of the top priorities when it comes to their money. According to data, 97% of post-internet bubble citizens believe they will one day own a home. 82% say it is the most important part of the American dream, according to a survey of teens age 13 to 17 by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. This...

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Millennials Are Crushing The Travel Industry… In A Good Way

Bella Breakdown Millennials have become the blame guy for the decline in many industries, like casual dining and buying diamonds. However, one thing the 23 to 38 age group can be proud of is the amount they spend on vacations which is more than any other group. Millennials may be struggling to live a debt-free life thanks to student loans, but they don’t seem to be having any trouble spending $5,000 or more on vacations. A new poll by Expedia shows that not only do Millennials spend the most on vacations, but they also travel the most with 35...

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How An App Can Save You Money

Bella Breakdown As a young millennial with a job that supports me, my immediate inclination when I get my pay check is to spend, spend, spend. There are few things I enjoy more than a nice dinner or an online shopping spree. Therefore, for my first three years as a real adult, I was often living beyond my means. For those of you that don’t know what that phrase means, I was often spending about as much as I was making. My savings account was not substantial, to say the least. However, a few months ago I read a...

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