The key to finding that balance in your career post-college is finding it four years before that in school.
The key is to not create unnecessary stress around things that take time. Of course, dream big and have goals, but don’t get caught up in worrying about reaching them all overnight.
Drunk arguments. Becoming a foodie. Passive-aggression.
Know that you don’t need to have a job lined up the day of graduation.
What brings every recent graduate together in this really strange journey is knowing we’re all going through immense change collectively.
Job hunting is like dating; it can be entirely arbitrary at times.
Wine. Post Grad: “Can I get a glass of Cab, please?” Undergrad: “Who’s ready for Wendy Winehands?!
Entry Level means years of experience. When you read the title “entry level” for a position, you automatically assume that this may be an option for you.
Getting a degree was supposed to be a security blanket. But realizing there are so many things I can do with my life is just too OVERWHELMING.
You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing. When I left my job, my brain was basically screaming at me being like, “Hey dingus! Look at all your friends with their secure jobs and vacation days! What do you have?”