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  • Sep. 23, 2020, 8pm
  • 92nd Street Y
  • 1395 Lexington Ave., Upper East Side
  • Adult
  • $15

Do you feel like your life is an endless to-do list? Do you find yourself mindlessly scrolling through Instagram because you’re too exhausted to pick up a book? Are you mired in debt, or feel like you work all the time, or feel pressure to take whatever gives you joy and turn it into a monetizable hustle? Welcome to burnout culture. Anne Helen Petersen’s 2019 BuzzFeed article on burnout has amassed over seven million reads and became the genesis for her new book, Can’t Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation. Joining her to discuss parenting burnout are writers Tamara Mose (The Playdate), Darcy Lockman (All the Rage: Mothers, Fathers and the Myth of Equal Partnership), LaTonya Yvette (Woman of Color ), and Venessa Wong (the recent BuzzFeed essay Working Parenthood Is A Terrible Deal Right Now).  Advanced registration required.

About 92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave.

Upper East Side, NY

212-415-5500

  • Standard hours: Monday-Thursday, 12-6pm; Friday and Sunday, 12-5pm; Closed Saturdays
  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes
  • Stroller parking: Yes
  • Stroller check: No
  • Bring food: Yes
  • Buy food: Yes
  • Where is food allowed: Food allowed in designated spots
  • Changing tables in the women's room(s): Yes
  • Changing tables in the men's room(s): Yes
  • Family bathroom: No

  • Venue description: 92nd Street Y is a cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment, and conversation. As a proudly Jewish organization, 92Y enthusiastically welcomes and reaches out to people of all ages, races, faiths, and backgrounds while embracing Jewish values like learning and self-improvement, the importance of family, the joy of life, and giving back to our wonderfully diverse and growing community, both locally and around the world.


  • Parking: Paid
  • Nearest public transportation stop: 86th Street; 4, 5, 6, Q
  • Play area: Indoor
  • Party room: Yes

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