Rainesford Stauffer examines our obsessive need to live and post our #bestlife, and the culture that has defined that life on narrow, and often unattainable, terms. The world is demanding more of young people these days than ever before. And worse, it's leaving little room for our generation to ask the big questions about who they want to be, and what makes a life feel meaningful. Stauffer makes the case that many of our most formative young adult moments are the ordinary ones: learning to care for ourselves on our own terms, and figuring out who we are when the other stuff - the GPAs, job titles, the filters - fall away. Print run 30,000.