If you don’t do some work before graduation, adulting will be a rude awakening

Keywords: communication studies , uncw

Ultimately, you get out of college what you put in. Make the most of it by doing everything you can to set yourself up for success. You will be more prepared for your future dream job and career. Take it from someone who just finished and is now applying for jobs: don’t waste this time. Do all you can to set yourself up for a successful future.

https://imcclass.com/2020/12/14/before-i-goa-bit-of-advice-to-prepare-for-life-after-college

Boring life experiences help develop great clarity around the kind of belief systems and resultant behaviours that shape people and communities

I guess I don’t really see it as a point of interest that I worked as a corporate governance auditor. There aren’t a bunch of humorous anecdotes about being a systems and operations specialist in a business advisory special projects team in a public accounting firm. And I can’t really entertain the masses with my transition into economic development or taking on the gig as set up CEO for Regional Development Australia for Far North Queensland and Torres Strait Region.

https://sarahpowell.global/what-shapes-us

Things no one tell you about studying abroad.

Glitter in Hell

So I am sure that just like me you have come across a shit ton of youtubers talking about their experiences living abroad, about how it’s all unicorns and rainbows and an occasional drizzle. Let me tell you about the real picture and don’t get me wrong, it’s not soul crushing but it ain’t all that cracked up to be either.

  1. Loneliness is a real thing : Someone like me, a proud introvert ( that’s even on my Instagram bio, so you can guess I’m hella proud of my lack of social skills) who thought living all on own your own would be super fun was wrong. You get used to the daily chores, meal preps ( Mom, I miss your food!!!) and the different education style, but NEVER the loneliness. You know the difference between being alone and lonely, yes/no ? well you get to feel it. You are…

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Choosing a Major

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I’ve been a writer and avid reader since I was in seventh grade. I’ll be double majoring in English and French at my university starting this fall. My concentration for my English degree is creative writing, not the usual route to become a teacher.  For me, this was a natural choice. I’ve never been one to pick money over passion. However, I’ve been criticized so many times because people don’t think I’ll be able to make a living. In this post, I’ll explain why you should make the same choice to follow what you love and pick the right major.


Obviously, there are many things I could do with a French degree. If I become fluent, I could be a translator and do pretty well for myself. I could teach French here or teach English in any Francophone country. However, the only reason I’m majoring in French is that I…

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