One of the frequent questions I get asked about is how I knew what I wanted to do after college or at least the type of job I wanted to outside of freelancing/business work. I personally believe this topic isn’t discussed (correctly) enough in college and even when having the “post-grad” discussion with parents. Here are my thoughts and my thought process on how I decided what I wanted to do after college… Continue reading “How I Decided What Kind of Job I Wanted After College”
For those of you who don’t know, I’ll be graduating from college (Chapman University) in less than four weeks! It’s crazy that four years flew by this fast, but I think we all know by now that time just flies and we hit the next chapter quicker than we know it. With that being said, the past year or so I’ve been preparing for post-graduation and my ideal 3 year plan and I thought I’d share my tips on how I’ve prepared and where I’m planning to go next. Continue reading “Preparing for Post-Graduation and Where I’m Going Next…”
As a full-time college student, I understand the time consuming assignments we are constantly bombarded with, yet still needing extra cash to spend on food, clothes, books, and all that good stuff. But the dilemma here is, how am I going to be able to stay focused on school while slaving away several hours of my day at work, only to take home very little? Knowing this dilemma heading into my freshman year, I decided to become resourceful and made sure I allocated my work hours wisely, while also being paid at a much higher rate than normal college jobs were paying. Here are a few of my tips… Continue reading “How I Made Extra Cash in College”
The best four years of our life, they say. But for most, it’s more like the first 2-3 years are the best and Senior year hits and you realize this is the last time you can get crazy drunk at a frat party and wake up hungover every other day. Or better yet, you realize you have to just get your fucking shit together and find an “adult” job before graduation hits. So this post is for all of us college kiddos, figuring out life, but actually just ignoring the responsibilities of being an adult until mid-Senior year hits. Continue reading “How to Figure Out Life in College”
Growing up as an Asian American in a predominantly Caucasian community, I already felt an instant difference in individuality based on physical looks. To enhance (or distinguish) my individuality even more, I grew up training and competing in the sport of figure skating, and later on adding competitive tennis to my regime.
Essentially, I was a completely “different” type of girl. Not only was I not Caucasian like everyone else, but I didn’t really participate in any “normal” sports like soccer and lacrosse. Although, I had a great run during my middle school years being on the varsity field hockey and track team. For anyone that is curious, I really loved both sports and if I wasn’t so involved with my two other sports, I would have continued both activities in high school and potentially college. (I ran the 200m and 4×4 relay in track, shoutout to my brother for training me into a wild athlete those years) Regardless, I stood out pretty easily to my peers, which essentially forced me to stand alone as a complete individual at times. Continue reading “Why I Value Individuality”