Generation Meh will not teach you how to retire rich at 40 or offer tips for the effective monitoring and evaluation of time-based career plans. GenMeh encourage you to be accountable for your own decisions (referred to as sacking up in the vernacular), to stop fearing the specters of failure and “wasted” potential and to refuse to apologize for trusting and following your own intuition, no matter how unconventional. And it will do so with all of the pop culture reference-laden snark and ironically cultivated pithiness that our generation is known for. F’reals.
J. Maureen Henderson is the CEO (Chief Eye-Rolling Officer) and pseudo svengali behind Generation Meh. She was described as bubbly in the comments section of her kindergarten report card and has been attempting to live up to this descriptor ever since. Her loves include dachshunds, the Eurovision Song Contest and the city of Boston. She writes for Forbes and runs her own market research, strategy development and copywriting firm.