The idea of going to college for four years to emerge with the promise of a full-time job is a fading dream. Instead, most are seeking alternatives before jumping into the black hole of 40 hour work weeks Monday through Friday.
Reading has always been a part of my life in some shape or form; whether it be for the use of education, research or leisure, it's had a way of shaping my life. However, there is a lost generation of readers in today's society. I believe reading is fundamental for everyone, but primarily for children, [...]
Long time supporter of Paul Angone's writing and voice to those feeling lost in their twenties, I'm no less pleased with his latest release, 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties! Sometimes we need to hear the harsh truth of reality when facing life's continuous obstacles, sometimes we need to hear others share [...]
Researching new conversation topics surrounding life after college, I came across this article form The Odyssey Online which was published in 2015, that adheres to some questions we find ourselves asking after graduation. However, there were a lot on here that seemed unnecessary and easily answered with the help of a search engine. Not judging... [...]
I remember being so jealous of Maureen's life in Los Angeles, it was the definition of living vicariously through someone. She was studying at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (where LC went for any Hills fans), living in an apartment building with a roof top pool, meeting celebrities like Mariah Carey, partying at [...]
I first heard the term 'side hustle' while reading Ann Shoket's millennial guiding book, The Big Life , and it's a term that has stuck with me since then. Typically, a side hustle is a way of earning extra cash outside of your primary income, which I think is great and incredibly smart and responsible especially for [...]