Why The First 5 Years Of Your Career Really Matter

While job searching, I've felt strongly that I've pigeonholed myself somewhere that will be pretty hard to get out of. Which made me come to the realization that the first five years of your career are extremely important, and what you learn in those five years will shape the rest of your career. I didn't…

You Could Have Met Your Future Spouse Before You Even Turned 16

I once read that 82% of people meet their future spouse before they even turn 16. I tried doing my research on this one to find out where it came from and everything was unconfirmed.  This is basically a made up statistic. Yet, it resonated with me and sticks with me to this day -…

I Don’t Know What I’m Doing And It’s Okay

If you eliminated all the people in your life asking you questions, pressuring you, and telling you what to do - where would you be? At one point in your life, you're going to have to fake it until you make it. That point in your life might just be now, in your 20's, when…

Falling In Love With Everyone and Everything

Republished from 4/5/15 Everywhere we turn, there are interesting people. Walk into class, stumble into the bar, open up twitter, and scroll through Instagram. You can find someone you have something in common with in every nook of your life. So how do you choose and how do you settle? I don't think our generation…

7 Unexpected Ways College Prepared Me For The Real World

Class skips are kind of like PTO Remember when they told you that you could only skip class three times before you failed out? Well you only get a certain amount of paid time off until you get fired! Lack of sleep In college, you lacked sleep because of all night partying an the occasional paper…

How Postgrads Feel When Everyone Goes Back To School

For a very small part of this summer, I thought graduating was the best thing that happened to me. I was very wrong. College, without a doubt, was the best four years of my life.  I couldn't have asked for anything more from the school I chose. I left with a degree that I felt…