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On College and the “Real World”

On College and the “Real World”

At my college graduation, I was afraid because I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life.  I don’t remember what day it was, not even if it was in May or June.  Memory is a funny thing.  Often what you should remember you don’t, and what you shouldn’t remember, is clear as … Continue reading

The Quarter-Life Crisis: Give Yourself a Break

The Quarter-Life Crisis: Give Yourself a Break

You’re a baby duck when you graduate: you’re supposed to keep your head above water, you’re not supposed to be flying South for the winter. What I’m telling you is: you is smart, you is kind, you is important. Regardless of whether or not you are who you want to be just yet. I believe you’ll get there. I believe in you. Continue reading