Mistakes I Made During Undergrad

Oh boy, where do I even begin? Let me start out by saying I have finally  scratched a major accomplishment off my list- five years and 133 credits later I officially hold a Bachelor’s Degree. According to New York Times, 30% of American’s hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree; a first in the nation’s history, … Continue reading Mistakes I Made During Undergrad

10 Lessons I Learned During My Single Daze

  Now while I can no longer put my hands “up” to Beyoncé’s All My Single Ladies- I can share the wonderful (grueling really) lessons I learned during my reign of the single days or should I say “single daze.” These days were anything but glamorous, but rather a dueling fight to stay afloat during … Continue reading 10 Lessons I Learned During My Single Daze

Over Coming the Catch-22: A Millennial’s Guide to Job Searching

“This spring, an estimated 2.8 million university graduates will enter the U.S. workforce with bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees just as America’s unemployment rate hits its lowest level in nearly seven years” (Goodman, 2015). A millennial’s job search goes a little something like this: you are trying to find a job but in order to … Continue reading Over Coming the Catch-22: A Millennial’s Guide to Job Searching