Tweet Ever since I was little, people have been asking me: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I remember getting asked this question as early as first grade. I said a teacher and a ballerina. I was a pretty ambitious kid. By the time I was in middle school, I decided on becoming
Tweet My ideal life is, quite simply, a full one. I want to try new things, travel, and learn as much as possible. That being said, I also want to settle down close to my parents, get married, and have a family. I’ve talked about how life-changing my experiences on the West Coast were, and
Tweet I don’t even know if I could give a specific scenario of where I would be in my ideal life. In a perfect world I would have a job that is just the right amount of predictable and unpredictable. Currently my job is very unpredictable and my hours are very irregular, something that I
Tweet I’ve always admired people who know exactly what they want to do with their lives from the time they are little. My best friend is like that. She’s wanted to be a vet since we were in elementary school, and now decades later, she’s going to vet school. I have no doubt that being
Tweet What exactly is an academic advisor? Prior to obtaining this title, I had imagined the position would be much like my experience in college. If I ever had a question or needed guidance, I would contact my advisor. She was able to respond in little or no time. If I had to drop by
Tweet Most people don’t realize how exciting, nervewrecking, crazy, fun, stressful, insane and rewarding college can be. There have been days (many in fact) where I felt all of these things in one day. It’s a path of uncertainty and you never know what’s around the corner. Next Step seems like that perfect opportunity to
Tweet Introducing our Thursday blogger, Mary! She’s 23, a Buffalo, NY native, currently living in the Emerald City – Seattle, WA. She enjoys great shoes, great wine, and traveling anywhere she can. A business major by trade, she currently works as a project manager and can’t live without good books, close friends, and Starbucks coffee.
Tweet Meet Sara Beth, a dreamer, traveler, and quite the sociable gal. She enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and two dogs Max and Roxie. Sara is a creative soul who gets her inspiration from nature and all the lovely things in the world. You can usually find Sara playing volleyball or making lists for her next project. Come along on
Tweet Chapter 3 of the Next Step Chronicles starts this week with another amazing round of female twenty-something bloggers. Meet Natalie, 23, who works as a reporter at the Clinton Herald in Clinton, Iowa, but longs for the busy city life of her hometown in the Twin Cities or any big city for that matter.
Tweet Have you ever looked back at old photos of yourself? I have. You pour over old shots of you smiling, making a funny face, downing a drink, or wearing a specific outfit. You reminisce about that time, consider what you were thinking, who you were with, and why you chose to look the way