Graduation season is coming to an end. A year ago around this time I graduated from college. It felt surreal because I wasn’t what the fuck I was going to do with my life. So here are few things I learned and wanted to share.
1. College might take more than four years. You might need an extra quarter/semester or even a whole year. Perhaps even longer depending if you’re going to school part-time, taking a break, or academic suspension (hopefully this never happens). So don’t stress out too much about graduating on time.
2. Develop your writing skills. You don’t have to be the voice of your generation. But you should have the ability to write grammar free essays or express yourself coherently. This skill will come in handy for your cover letters. I personally call cover letters the adult version of a term paper. See how those writing classes apply to the “real world.”
3. Socialize. Meet new people. Join a club. Volunteer. Put yourself out there.
It’s been a while since I updated my account. For the month of May, I had one month of unlimited classes at Pop Physique. I only went to ten classes. I liked the classes, atmosphere, instructors, and the clean facility. The only con that I can think of is the price! It’s pricey! I really want to continue, but just don’t have the budget for it!
cardio: I walked, jogged, and ran from my house to the beach and back. My left foot and ankle started to hurt again during this workout. I need to go to the doctor again for a check up, because it is causing me mild discomfort on a regular basis.