There are many things I wish people had told me about the period between graduation and finding a full-time job. Like how hard freelancing is, what credit cards are best for young adults just starting out, how to format cover letters and send follow-up emails, and how to navigate the often braggadocios realm of LinkedIn.
Being a 20-something woman these days can be overwhelming, to say the least. You’re navigating the anxieties of postgrad life as an “adult” (whatever that means), sorting through the ups and downs of dating, trying to hold onto friendships with your girlfriends who may be in different stages of life, and hunting for your dream
Every amazing new beginning comes from the end of something else, so why not move on from your former school with a graduation cap that everyone will remember? Even though you’re graduating, you’re still never too old to add a bit of childlike wonder to your big day with your favorite Disney movie. And decking
When it comes to college education, I was incredibly lucky. Over the course of getting a dual bachelor’s degree and a master’s, I got to learn from amazing mentors and get a ton of knowledge and experience. I’m especially proud because I’m the first person in my family to graduate college. Like most things, I
When I decided to buy a one-way plane ticket and give myself a month to move from California to New York City, there was a general consensus amongst my friends that what I was doing was crazy, but it didn’t feel that way to me — and that’s why I’m writing this from a cute