When I was in high school, I was so ready for college, and obviously had to think about what I wanted to do after college so I could pick my major (18 year old AllieDanae...well, she was a little clueless). At the time, I had no idea how college would change my life. Or how I would adapt to life after college.
My time at The University of Georgia was nothing like I imagined, yet more than I dreamed. There are days when I tear up a little just thinking about those days. College was the best. I could write a million posts on UGA and be all sentimental about it, but I won’t. A friend who graduated before me said “life is different outside of the college bubble, some days are hard”. I thought I understood, but she knew otherwise.
|How was this 5 years ago?!|
Everyday in college was about community. It naturally happens. Outside of college? It becomes something you seek, you crave, you need.
I’m starting this #LifePostGrad series to discuss several topics I didn’t necessarily learn about in my college classes. Other majors probably learned more in areas such as interviews or finance than I did, but I still want to share it all with you. I will be creating several posts around interviewing, managing finances, new cities, community, engagements, marriages, fashion, dealing with co-workers, and faith, as well as others as they come along. Some of the posts will be just me, rambling on and giving tips, others will be mini-interviews with people in my life who I believe have great info to share with you.
If you ever have any topics you’d like covered or questions regarding any of them, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be sure to get back to you!