Jumping from college to career can be intimidating.
From the dress code and the email etiquette to responsibilities and schedule maintenance, there is a lot to learn when jumping into your first “big girl job” that they don’t teach you in school. The most important? Being confident at work.
Maybe you’re juggling these new expectations, or maybe you’re a corporate veteran who has it down pat but still finds herself holding her ideas back in meetings. What can you do to boost your confidence at work and take a step forward for your career? Read More!
During college my conversations with my friend surrounded around clubs, classes, and internships. Since graduation our conversations have drastically shifted to student loans, finances, saving to move out on our own, and careers.
There is so much pressure to “get your life together” after graduating. Figuring out your finances, taxes, career plans, and a dozen other things that you feel you should know by now but you never actually learned in college. (What were all those years for anyway?)
No matter if you’re still in school or if you graduated years ago, it’s never too early or too late to get started on a budget. But, how do you do it?
One of the first things I did after graduating was analyze my income and create a budget and savings plan.
I’m not a financial advisor, I don’t have any professional training in this.. but I have done a lot of research and a lot of math, and I have found what works best for my future goals and plans. I’ve been able to calculate, through the steps below, what I need to do with the money I am currently making to pay all of my expenses and save for my future.
Here are 5 simple ways you can begin to get your life together financially by starting a budget!
The summer before you start college is an incredibly important time. No matter if you graduated last month or 3 years ago – there is a lot of preparation to do before you jump into your first year as a college student.
As recent college graduate (wow – where did the time go?!) I’ve been reflecting back on my college experience and asking other college students and college bloggers for their thoughts as well. One thing we all agree on? That there are a handful of things that an incoming college student should focus on doing before they embark on their college experience.
Make your own to-do list or send this to the incoming college student in your life – and you’re on the road for a successful first year!
Thank you to Snapfish for sponsoring this post – all opinions are 100% my own!
Also – thank you to Crystal Moore Photography for the lovely senior photos featured on my graduation announcement, and thank you to my boyfriend Anthony for the pretty grad photos taken at my campus!
Yesterday, May 12th 2018, I graduated college with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication with a minor in Theatre Arts.
On the first day of my first year of college, I started this blog and I began sharing with you my experiences of my time in school. The last 4 years have included a lot of ups and downs, and I want to take a moment to thank every one of you (my lovely readers and subscribers) who have been there along the way.
I was so undecided that my school literally featured a picture of me and a quote about my story on the “undecided” page of their website, I was the poster child for not knowing what I wanted to study and do with my life.
Naturally, I eventually figured it out.
Are you stuck in the same boat? Here are some ways you can narrow it down and figure out what you should study in college.