Top 3 Pieces Of Advice I Would Give To A Recent College Grad.
Happy Blog day! It’s graduation season and I wanted to share this blog with all those who have recently graduated college. With the current pandemic putting a damper on life in general I wanted to life the spirits of those new graduates. With the help of a fellow blogger I am happy to share this blog with you all!
Introducing our guest
I am so grateful for to be able to collaborate once again with a fellow blogger. Getting their insight to things I have yet to experience is such a great learning experience for me and I love being able to share.
Morgan Bennett is a social media manager and writer for her lifestyle blog, The Relatable Red. Her dream is to show up for women authentically by offering real and relatable life advice, just like your best girlfriend would. Morgan lives in Florida with her husband, their two dogs, and two cats. Morgan enjoys spending time with family, drinking wine, and weightlifting.
You will find your passion, I promise.
It’s going to take time. It might feel like it’ll never happen, but it will. In the meantime, stay positive. Focus on what you can learn and how you can better yourself. By doing so, you’ll be the readiest you can be when that passion presents itself. You’ll know it’s your passion because you’ll start to dream about what it could be. It’ll be weighing on your heart and you won’t be able to shake it.
Your worth is not tied to your degree or your job after college
And it’s okay if you never get a job with your degree. The experience, knowledge, and friends you gained in those college years are invaluable. You’ve got so much time to be successful, to find your passion, and to do all the things that come after college. Just take it one day at a time and do your best to be better than the person you were yesterday.
Now is the time to build your confidence
With all of the unknown and intimidation you’re facing right now, it’s understandable that you feel young, underqualified, and naive. But you are smart and capable. You have qualities that make you marketable as a person and an employee. Learn to be confident in every room, no matter who is in the room with you. If you feel like you need more specific tips to help you build confidence, here is my best secret for improving confidence and positivity.
I’d like to send a special shout out to all the recent college graduates! I know the Coronavirus has put a damper in your plans but congratulations on graduating college! It’s certainly not easy and it is definitely not cheap either! This is a huge accomplishment and I hope you get to somewhat celebrate it. No matter what your journey to graduating college looked like, you’ve completed the most important thing: graduating! Best wishes to you all!
Again, I’d like to that Morgan for helping me out with this blog. There are no limits to what we can achieve and with this sound advice it can be applied to many aspects in life! Thanks for reading! Have a great rest of your week❤️
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24 year old blogger. Just trying to find my way through this thing called life. Born and raised in Hawai'i.
So true, after college life’s get little confusing but in the it will sort out.
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