Letter from the Author

Welcome to my blog, it is a constant work in progress and I’m flattered to have you as a reader. I’m a female in my early twenties who has been out of college for less than a year and who is exploring life post graduation. In college I found myself so isolated from the real world, that when people would talk about the economy or politics or financial issues I was listening from within a bubble that they couldn’t penetrate. My writing tracks my journey into the real world and the ups and downs that come with finding yourself as an adult. When people ask me what I want to be, I still can’t give an answer. I don’t know where I see myself next year, in five years, or in twenty years. Recently, my life has been bouncing around every couple of months and every minute and day has held something new. This blog is more for me than it is my readers, but for those who do read, I hope there is something to pull from my experiences. I think it’s safe to say that trial and error could best be used to describe my life as I explore the world that I am finally a part of. I’m finding out that somethings are easier than I expected, while the smallest things are the ones I get hung up on. Most of all, I’m learning that college prepares you for midterms, for finals, for projects, for procrastination, and for intense partying, but it teaches you very little about what comes the day after graduation.  Enjoy.

3 comments on “Letter from the Author

  1. The main benefit of a college education is you learn that sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to – I wish I could claim this as my own pearl of wisdom but sadly it was on my google quotes page a while back

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