Tag Archives: career

Being 20-something via Thought Catalog

“If a brochure did exist, it would probably tell us this: You will make mistakes and do stupid things for as long as you live. What matters is how we use these to make us better people. At the same time, we’re young enough how to right those things that we did wrong—and to decide […]

For the Strivers! (And The Hills Fans)

Last month I received the opportunity of a PR guy and girl’s college career – to fly very last-minute to NYC and help a supervisor with a project. We’d both fly back in less than 24 hours from that call. For The Hills fans, it was a moment we thought only existed for Lauren Conrad […]

Man-in-Progress

No one as a child or when you leave home from college ever trains you on how to deal with changes in your life. No one ever tells you that when you make progress people will dislike you for things out of your control – that when you hold people to certain standards, you will […]

My Admission to Myself

My admission to myself is that I feel constantly lost in this college world. Right now it’s almost 1 a.m. and I sit outside in the cold listening to Adele. I wonder what I am really doing with my life and I have so many fears. I fear getting hurt by guys. I miss having […]