Right then and there, I was sure of the bright path I am heading.
Students are faced with rivaling with each other for internships that offer nothing but a resume item. But because the job market is so competitive, one line on a resume can make the difference between having a job post-graduation or not.
Friendships are no longer “convenient.”
It is ugly and embarrassing to realize you depend so heavily on positive reinforcement from others.
Maybe I sound crazy, and maybe I actually am crazy, but once you let go of all those heavy expectations you’ve set for yourself, take a breather, and let life happen: good things come your way.
As I pass my three-year graduation mark, I would love to share with you some valuable advice I wish I had when I graduated.
It can be a turbulent time for the number of students who find them in a post-university/college limbo in the summer months.
RELAX. You’re going to go through a bunch of interviews, jobs you apply for just to apply for, and A LOT of rejection emails from the HR office
Coffee is no longer an ‘exam thing.’ It’s an every-single-day thing.
Sometimes our wants and needs overlap. But deciding what I absolutely need to spend money on instead of impulse-buying has taught me how to look at things and assess how necessary they actually are in my life.