The “YOU WATCHED THAT WITHOUT ME?!?!”
So you’re the youngest person in your office. You’re a 90s kid at heart. You graduated from college in this decade. You can’t relate to your co-workers’ stories about spouses or children or home ownership. You don’t have a wardrobe full of business wear acquired over the years. The veterans may not take you seriously yet but that doesn’t mean you can’t or shouldn’t be professional.
Being poor is part of the plan. The excuse “I can’t get a job right now because I am focussing on my studies” is no longer a vindication for why you don’t have any money.
You are bewildered by the fact that publishing houses haven’t come pounding on your door to offer you a job. Your English professors repeatedly told you that your education in the Liberal Arts equipped you with a skill set in communicating effectively and thinking critically.
The Musician guy fills that certain void of bad boy and creative that every wandering post-grad-girl is looking for.
You begin to talk to yourself like that overly aggressive football coach who feels that negging their players into submission is doing God’s work.
My parents have always been, and I pray will always be, wildly supportive of my ambitions and dreams.
This is the moment when you will appreciate your entry level job and all the annoyances that come with it. Waking up at 8 am feels good as you spend the day being what is called productive- something you rarely knew anything about.
The beautiful thing about friendships, especially the ones with friends close in age, is that your friend is walking through this same stage of life
Trying to pursue your dreams and aspirations while supporting yourself post-graduation is difficult enough, but life becomes even more interesting when you are trying to find a little romance along the way. It is a whole new world of dating out there, and 20 something’s are hanging on for dear life. This book aims to give advice on how to survive being single post-graduation in a world where life is not exactly how it appears on Tinder, Snapchat, and Twitter.