Equinox, Brazilian sugaring, and weekends it the Hamptons: The ‘grueling’ life of a NYC millennial

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A recent article in 'Refinery 29' gives an eye-opening glimpse into the daily life a "modern working woman" struggling to make ends meet in New York City with nothing more than her $25/ hour "internship," an $800/month allowance from Mom and Dad … oh, and that little-bitty $300 check from Grandpa every month. True, her parents cover her $4,050/ month rent, as well as tuition, and health insurance, phone bill, Netflix, Spotify, and Amazon, but our hard-working millennial does pay for her own monthly Brazilian sugaring and essential membership to Equinox luxury fitness.

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To get a real grasp of the hardships faced by this young New Yorker — which includes being reduced to drinking cold brew from Whole Foods so as "not spend too much on coffee," and "grueling" four-day workweeks followed by exhausting weekends in the Hamptons — read her journal-style story titled: 'A Week In New York City On $25/Hour And $1k Monthly Allowance' which you can find here.

Watch the video clip below to see Glenn Beck's interview with the struggling millennial — who interestingly turns out to have an uncanny resemblance Stu Burguiere.

The 'grueling' life of a NYC millennial


A recent article in 'Refinery 29' gives an eye-opening glimpse into the daily life a "modern working woman" struggling to make ends meet in New York City with nothing more than her $25/ hour "internship," an $800/month allowance from Mom and Dad ... oh, and that little-bitty $300 check from Grandpa every month.

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