Going off to college means that you will be experiencing a lot of “firsts.” A major first is that college will be the first time you are living away from home. Unless you are going to continue living at home and commute to school, or unless you decide to live alone off campus, it will be the first time you have roommates. Continue reading “College Series Part #3: My Roommate Experience”
One of the most exciting, important, and stressful parts of college is choosing your classes. While it can be overwhelming the very first time you enroll during your freshman year, there are a few methods to the madness. Since I’ve only really attended one school, I will speak on my personal experiences based on how my school did things. Some schools may differ in certain areas, but overall these tips can help everyone. Continue reading “College Series Part #2: 5 Tips on Choosing Classes & Professors”
In honor of it being August and “back to school season,” I’ve decided to do a series of videos with advice based on my personal college experience. Continue reading “College Series Part #1: My Overall College Experience”
Wow, has it really been nearly a month since I last wrote a blog post?! That’s the sign of life getting crazy right before my eyes! The past month has been busy, but also a lot of fun. So what has been consuming my life this entire time? Continue reading “Life Update. What’s Been Going On?”
It’s that time of year again where high school students are starting to think about life after high school. A lot of students already have their mind made up of where they would like to attend college, while many students will be visiting multiple campuses to see which one fits best for them. Continue reading “Going to College In A Big City: The Good & The Bad”
I’ve always told myself that it takes a special kind of person to be able to (successfully) work in customer service. Someone who is outgoing, enjoys working with people, and most importantly, someone who has patience. In general, my personality doesn’t include any of those traits. Continue reading “Customer Service: My Experiences & Why Everyone Should Experience it Once in Life”
Prom season is here, so that means its time for social media to be an overload of flashy promposals and over the top fashions.
“You’re living the life.” That’s the response I get anytime someone finds out I don’t have a job. If I were them, I’d probably say the same thing. But what’s it really like to be 22 years old and unemployed? Continue reading “The “Real” About Being Young and Unemployed”