They say, "You can't regret what you didn't do." But what does that even mean? And is it true? A few thoughts on why we have regrets about inaction and how this is actually, secretly, kind of a good thing.
In a couple weeks, I won’t be 24 anymore. I’ll officially be a quarter of a century old. Which is to say, not very old at all. But it seemed like a good excuse to jot down twenty-four things that I feel I’ve kind of learnt in the last twelve months. Or am learning. Everything these days seems more process than revelation.
Make Them Tea & Other Top Secret Intern Tips Almost a year ago I wrote about my musings over a graduate application. Back then I thought things were tough. There I was, plugged into my computer, working on my dissertation whilst job searching whilst watching the summer go by without me. And all I was receiving … Continue reading Make Them Tea & Other Top Secret Intern Tips
Feel So Millennial Like You 3 Things About Millennials & Their Money Confident, self-expressive, liberal, receptive to new ideas and ways of living: these are some of the descriptions the Pew Research Centre in America applies to the generational personality of the millennial. Something they probably ought to add is our tenacity when it comes to … Continue reading 3 Money Facts about Gen Y Cos I Feel So Millennial Like You
When I grow up... it's a question we all get asked as children. But somehow it gets harder and harder to answer the question as we get older.
LIVING IT UP IN LIMBO Warning: If you suffer from Graduatewithnojobitis you should know that this post does have the ability to improve your mood. But if you stop in the middle you could end up suffering from the following conditions: moodiness, sense of impending doom, anxiety, nausea, anger, grief, inexplicable terror, nightmares, insomnia and … Continue reading Musings Over a Graduate Application