As a college student, it can feel like your life is on hold until you walk across that stage and that diploma is in your hands. Waiting to start the career you want, to move out on your own, to make money, and to live a life of freedom outside of classes and homework.
While I can’t help you escape classes and homework… I can help you begin to break into the industry of your dream job, where you can kick start your career in college.
Today I am excited to introduce you to my friend Sophia, who is the founder of the new website New Girl at Work. Sophia is here today to share her experiences with taking a gap of time off between graduating school and starting her first post-grad job, and her advice on how it worked out for her!
When I received my job offer, I was given the choice between two start dates. One was a few weeks after graduation while the other was a whole four months later. I called my parents and, once the giddiness of having a job offer – an actual job! that pays money! – wore off, we came to discussing my start date.
My dad and I both agreed that it was an easy decision, but we did not agree on the actual decision. In a laughable moment, at the same time that he suggested the earlier date, I declared that I’d be delaying work for a few months.
Here’s what I’ve learned in my downtime. Read More
Today I have an incredibly exciting new project to share with you! Introducing:
What is it?
Millennial Q&A is a segment (half podcast, half blog post) where my best friend Sara and I answer questions that you submit to us. We’re talking college tips, interview advice, dating scenarios, friend drama, financial troubles, career struggles, and more.
In each episode we’re answering a collection of questions all surrounding a specific topic or theme.
Today’s post is something different, today I am telling you a story. An honest, weird, confusing story. I typically try my hardest to make sure that the posts here on Dani Dearest are helpful, answering some sort of question that you have and inspiring you to step up and succeed in your life and studies.
Today is different: I’m talking, telling, sharing a story of something that I am struggling with right now.
Maybe in a few weeks or months I’ll follow up with the “solution” to this struggle, or maybe you’ll be able to help me find it by sharing what you do in this situation. Maybe you relate, maybe you don’t. Either way, here it is.