We expect that things will be easier than they actually are. We expect that life will work itself out. We expect that we will make the best of everything and will be strong through tough times. But sometimes, you need to break down in order for things to build back up.
Life After College
Maybe I can chalk this up to the fact that I’ve always been a worrier, a stressor, and an over-thinker. But something just doesn’t feel right, and I don’t think that I’m the only one who feels this way.
No matter how romantic the expectation, the first day is challenging.
“Salary negotiation is for pushy people.”
Your salary does not say something about you as a person. Especially whatever your first offer is. It will get bigger over time, that’s how it works. And even then it doesn’t mean anything (though money is nice).
Firstly, I want you to know that you shouldn’t believe everything you see – even the things with perfect Valencia filters and the most witty captions.
Although the idea of being a true individual has good intentions, I haven’t fully bought into the idea.
Welcome to your nightmare.
12. Sometimes you will be sad and cry for no reason
When it comes down to it, a person’s finances are their own finances; it’s not fair to assume things about how people spend their money, especially in college.