Your most common response to the “what are you doing after graduation” question is a hearty laugh.
The AARP says 70-somethings are more relaxed. I hope you, future-self, are part of that mellow statistic.
It is in fact true and I hate to say it, but anyone can meet someone else or be intimate with someone at any stage in a relationship whether there is a title attached or not, it’s just whether we label it as cheating or not. It hurts either way if you care about someone.
“You must listen me,” he said, his refusal to use prepositions starting to bug me. “Please?” “Look man, I told you. I-DON’T-HAVE-MONEY-FOR-YOU. Niente. Nada.
I were to hypothetically go against everything I just said and make a list of Things You Need To Know Before You Read Another Article Telling You About The Things You Need To Know, then this is what I would say. Hypothetically.
You need to really drench yourself into your dream before achieving it.
We must never, ever forget that the best days of our lives are not all behind us.
You don’t hate Mondays, you hate endings.
Don’t spend too much valuable time primping up your resume that you end up forgetting what the employer is really looking at: you.