first world problems

5. Public Health comes first. I like to have my food cooked. Alas, I do not want to hear that the Chef recommends it red
Post a picture that's almost perfect, but where there's just enough room to show that you're not Beyonce still human. That way it leaves room for them to criticize you and still feel good about themselves.
One of the biggest drawbacks to having a life filled with first-world problems is that our days can all too easily become consumed with unpleasant tasks -- the sorts of "to-do list" items that cause us to moan and feel the walls of our life closing in.
I don't think I've ever bought her an "Easter dress" in her life, mostly because I don't buy stuff unless we need it and I like to think of us as minimalists. Also because I'm cheap. But as my daughter organized her closet full of dresses, I realized we were far from minimalists.
I know that many of the “problems” I complain about on social media are experiences only privileged people would know. This
What happens when 2,000 kids from around the world show up in Ames, Iowa to solve world problems? They get solved, and by some of the brightest kid's who are between 10 - 18 years old!
If you said "yes" to any or all of these questions, then you might just be a first-worlder, experiencing first world problems
Every college student is excited to be going home, graduating, or embarking on a grand adventure for the summer. I was supposed to have an internship with an amazing PR company and a whole summer in NYC. What I hadn't planned for was being kicked out onto the street at the last minute. In other words, I was homeless.
My friends now like to sneak in my name in karaoke with "I Kissed a Girl." If I protest, it becomes a big deal and draws attention. But the one time I went along with it, the DJ complimented my "impersonation."