Let me start this by saying, I am not 100% financially stable. I have a temporary job and I am a recent grad. However, I have learned how to better manage my finances over the past year. I will give 6 essential tips on how to be financially stable. STOP spending money on … More Young Adults Gaining Financial Stability
As beginner adults, we are asked multiple questions. These questions come from family, friends, and foes. They are either concerned, genuinely interested, nosey, hating, judging or just making conversation. What are your plans after graduation? This question I can personally speak to. The haters don’t want to see you succeed so the ask out of … More Commonly Asked Questions to Us Beginner Adults
One of the common questions for early 20’s adults. I have been asked by numerous people if I plan on going to grad school? To answer your question, yes. See personally, I love education and learning. However, school? Nah. I dislike the concept of exams and quizzes. Don’t question me on the memorization of the … More Next Step: Grad School? Maybe.
I hope you didn’t come here looking for the answer to the title, because I don’t know. I was hoping you knew. When I started college I had a plan. Get a 4.0 all four years, learn a second language, double major and minor, and have a job lined up before graduation. I didn’t get … More How to Get a Job in 30 Days
“Hello Adulthood!” Said no one, ever. Adulthood was not welcoming to me, so I refused to be welcoming to it. When I turned 21, I just knew I was an adult. Still in college, still depleting my savings because I quit my job, but I am a legal adult. I even kicked it off in … More Welcome to Adulthood