Here’s page from the diary of the Eternally Confused Student:
What can I say? Life is one big millennial run which I am participating in while running on a treadmill. I seem to be running but do not appear to be progressing beyond a point. Then there is the eternal job hunt, which appears to be more difficult than ever.
Then there’s the cold, the bitter Toronto cold which makes my mood fall and my bones bitter. And then there’s the mountain of work piled up ahead of me, which doesn’t seem to shrink.
In these turbulent waters, I wonder what I should do?
The Eternally Confused Student
If that sounds like you, dear reader, then you are among the legions of students who are to graduate this summer. Many of you may have debt to start repaying upon graduation some of you may just want to take the year off and travel to Peru. As I approach my own graduation, here are some resources I’d like to share with you.
Here’s a list for those of you who want to use your time after graduation to become financially literate, learn how to be better at college, travel across the globe or learn to cook.
For those of you who want to learn more about financial literacy, here are my three favourite personal finance blogs.
For those of you who want to learn to cook, the Food Network is a great place to start.
And if you want to start travelling, or share your travel stories, check out the The Matador Network.
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