university

The Concept Of The ‘Sad Grad’

University can be the best three or four years of your life. You meet new people, experience new places, immerse yourself in uni culture and managed to scrape together a degree, which promises a life full of prosperity, opportunities and happiness. But now you're in the 'real ...

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What I’ve Learnt In My First Job Since University

Graduation feels like a lifetime ago, but that panic of leaving the comfort of university unemployed and penniless is something I will always remember. When looking for a graduate job, I wasn't too keen on the idea of a graduate scheme. The idea of moving around within a company, ...

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How To Balance Blogging and Working Full-Time

For the majority of us bloggers, working or studying full-time is the norm. In fact, it’s pretty much impossible to turn your blog into a money-making success overnight, so most of us work during the day and spend our nights and weekends blogging. When I first started my blog, ...

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The Quarter Life Crisis and Not Having A Plan

When I was younger, 23 seemed like the sort of age where you would start to have things figured out. I would be thinking about mortgages, making progress in my career, brunching with my girlfriends and our dogs. In reality, 23 is living at home with my parents, in an entry level ...

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