Money Smart Life calls this article "Don't Know What You've Got 'Til It's Gone" - if you keep a gratitude journal you know that it quickly becomes much more about being grateful for the transient things. Over-Choiced (Seal Press, 2010), which covers a wide range of topics including sections devoted to love, career, money and play.
Amalia McGibbon has an English degree from Stanford and works as a freelance food and travel writer based in London. Lara Vogel is an MBA student in the UK who co-founded Hope Runs, a non-profit organization in Kenya.
Over-Choiced is a forthcoming book (Seal Press, 2010) co-written by Amalia McGibbon, Lara Vogel and Claire Williams.


Over-Choiced explores the radically different ways that today's twenty- and thirty-somethings approach life and love in this generation. A Choyster is inundated by choices and has a hearty belief that the world is his or her oyster. Everything - even the simplest things (the sun being out and warm on your face, the bed you slept in) can be cause for gratitude. She received her undergraduate degree from Stanford and will return to Stanford University for medical school next year. We argue that having too many choices impacts our desires and leads us to sidestepA  traditional time lines.


At the heart of our theory is a term we coined - "choyster" - that best describes our bizarre little generation.



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