For those of you who don’t know him, Aziz Ansari, got his start as a comedian and is best known from his role as Tom Haverford on the NBC show Parks and Recreation.

For those of you who don’t know him, Aziz Ansari, got his start as a comedian and is best known from his role as Tom Haverford on the NBC show Parks and Recreation. Recently, he wrote and starred on a Netflix-released series called “Master of None”. They say a great comedian is funny because their comedy always contains a kernel of truth. Although advertised as a romantic comedy,  by the end of the first episode, surprisingly, I wasn’t laughing. I was something else entirely. I was watching a reflection of myself. And a lot of my thoughts in the last decade. Master of None turned out to be a fascinating, spot-on window into the modern Millennial’s perspective on life and work. The aptly titled Master of None shows what a thousand words can’t: the constant decisions (rather, indecision) facing the everyday Millennial. Where the majority of shows are about teens and tweens or 30s and above, Master of None targets the life of the growing number of single Millennials in their late 20s. Yes, that’s right: the Millennials that delay starting a family in pursuit of that ever-fleeting fantasy: The Dream Job. The Millennials that grew up in a more privileged, technology-driven world. The Millennials that chase experiences and passion […]