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“Keep It 100: daily affirmations for millennials who are tired of being called millennials'“ officially releases on October 16th.
Pre-orders will be personally signed and shipped by yours truly.
Thank you so much for being a part of this journey with me.
Frequently Asked Questions:
I’m ready to purchase but I only see options to pay using Google Pay or PayPal. How do I just pay with a credit card?
You can choose either option and use a credit card to pay without creating an account with either system! Very straightforward.
How do I reach out to Michell about an interview, event, pitch, sponsorship opportunity, etc?
Feel free to drop me a line via my contact box and I will respond as soon as possible!
What does the phrase ‘Keep It 100’ mean?
“Keep It 100” as a reminder to always stay authentic and true to your values.
“Keep It 100” because I chose 100 affirmations that I’ve written, many of which originally gained popularity on social media, to include in this book.
Keep It 100” because I wrote 100 additional words for every single affirmation for contextual/comedic purposes.
Are millennials really tired of being called millennials?
YES. Well, I am. It’s not necessarily the term itself, but the nature of the conversations that occur through its usage. Have you seen all the articles talking about how millennials “killed” everything from the mayonnaise industry to chivalry to democracy? I’m not making this up. Google it.
Do I have to be a millennial to purchase/read/appreciate this book?
No. Many millennials learned about the world through a public school curriculum that draws from writing that is decades or centuries old. In that same token, people from other generations can learn from the thought processes and perspectives of people between the ages of 16 to 36 year olds. Yes, by definition, millennials range from those born in the early 1980’s to 2000’s. We’re not all teenagers :)