Your boss, your mom, your professor, and your grandma all have things to say about your life. And you want to have nothing to do with it ... at first. Here's my advice on taking advice.
Getting the degree doesn't make life suddenly easier. Read what I wish I had heard when I graduated college.
Connections are the number one things you need as a professional. If you're still job hunting, like me, reach out to some of those idle contacts and hear if they have any advice.
Only two hearts can reach across a thousand miles. Friendship can change over time, but with a little effort, it can be restored - good as new. Check out how now.
Easter time can be stressful! It's the beginning of spring and there is cleaning to be done, work deadlines to meet, and family gatherings to attend. Yet I've found the not-so-secret reason to relax this Easter. Check out my post and share your reason to relax.
There are a thousand things to be nervous about in this life. A date should not be one of them. Learn to be confident in yourself before the date and have a great time. Details here.
Best way to satisfy a hopeless romantic? Play him/her a love song. Check out the 5 songs that make me want to fall in love here.
You get to the interview. You know exactly what to say, and your interviewers are nodding along. You know you are killing it, but then comes the question: "Do you have any questions for us?" What should your answer be? Check it out here.
Hey y’all! I’m Kaitlin, a fellow twenty-something trying desperately to navigate life after graduation. Making friends in a world without the structure of school can be tough - especially when your friends are still there - but I have some tips, and I want to share them with you!