The 90s is one of the most exciting decades of modern pop culture.
It marked the arrival of the internet, the birth of pop culture as we know it and the emergence of a new generation of young women.
But it also saw a major social and economic shift: the emergence and proliferation of luxury jewellery.
From $200,000 designer watches to $1 million diamond earrings, the boom of the 90s meant that you could buy something almost any way you wanted.
A lot of it was pretty cool, and people were doing it anyway.
A million dollars?
That was pretty crazy.
It was the start of the golden age of pop.
But the real golden age for many young Australians wasn’t the ’80s and ’90-00s, but the 2000s.
That decade saw the emergence in Australia of new, innovative and even revolutionary forms of cultural and financial investment.
From gold watches to high-end diamond earring jewelry, a lot of the stuff you would have thought you had to pay for at a store now became available to everyone, as was almost any product that came on sale.
These are the things that made the boom in the 90’s such a real time-saver, and the decade also saw the rise of the new media and the rise in the internet.
There are now thousands of websites dedicated to creating ‘golden’ experiences for everyone.
There are websites that cater to the interests of a particular age, or that cater for an interest group.
There’s even an entire website dedicated to making people feel ‘in love’.
So what’s it like to be a millennial?
What is the ‘gold’ of the decade?
And what does it all mean?
For me, it was a really exciting time to be alive, and I had a lot to do in it.
My first real experience of being a millennial was going to a concert.
I was 22 and I was really excited to go.
I thought it was really cool.
It would be an experience like I’d never had before.
And the concert was in Melbourne, so I’d been to a lot more concert venues.
I didn’t really know what to expect.
And I was kind of looking around, but nothing seemed out of place.
There was a huge crowd.
And everyone seemed to have a good time.
It felt like it was all part of a bigger story, so there was that sense of excitement.
And then, at the end of the night, I got home and I found out that my parents had passed away.
I think it was something really personal, and something I couldn’t really understand.
And it really just broke me.
The last year of the year was really tough, because I had this huge amount of work and so much to juggle, and my parents didn’t have the means to be around.
And for a lot.
And to think that they were going to be gone forever, that was just a really big shock.
I was in the process of getting a job and I went home and found out my parents were dying.
I really felt like that was the end.
It’s just a massive, huge shock to be honest.
It makes me feel so empty, I feel like nothing could fill me up, like nothing was going on.
I can’t even really express it.
I don’t even want to think about it.
But then I woke up the next day and my mum was there with her, and she was so proud of me.
And so proud that I was working, because she knew that I had the talent to make it in this world.
And she knew she had something special to offer.
So it was just really great.
I felt like I was a little bit of a superhero, that I could do this.
And, I mean, she did it, and now she’s dead, and it’s like, well, what was I doing?
I had to do it, I had been doing it for a long time, and then she’s gone, and suddenly I’m like, oh my God, this is my life, I’m doing this for a living.
And then I had some friends over at a friend’s house.
And my friends were like, what are you doing?
So I just told them, you know, I am a millennial.
And they were like what?
No, it’s nothing.
But they were totally like, wow, I was in love with it.
They said, yeah, it is pretty cool.
And a lot like I would have loved to be able to do that, because that was my dream.
But I really don’t know what I was doing.
The last year has been really tough.
But the only thing that I know is that it has really changed my life.
It has changed my career.
I’ve been able to get into