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
* This blog post does contain affiliate links. I only recommend things that truly believe are a great product or service. * I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again: College is expensive. Tuition, housing, groceries, meal plan, clothing, textbooks,
I’ll admit it, don’t hate me, but in high school I was one of those students. The students who never had to study, always thought “oh no I failed that test,” and always ended up with an effortless good grade
Summer has hit, and just in time. I desperately need to catch up on sleep, but the procrastinating overachiever in me requires that I also stay very busy. Here’s a peek inside what I have planned for my summer!
One week ago today I moved back into my house for the Summer. Which means that now that final exams are over, I’m back to writing more posts here for you! Did you miss me? Let’s jump right back in where