Inspired by a recent Guardian article, I’ve started to examine my own experiences of dinner parties and how they present themselves, both at university and after graduation. There are some key differences about the expectations of both guests and hosts at these dinner dates, so to avoid you committing a faux pas and becoming a social pariah, here’s a handy guide to navigating adult dinner parties.Continue reading The Adventures of Graduate Life: Post-Grad Dinner Parties
Having been on at least a hundred interviews since graduating (okay, that might be a slight exaggeration, but it was definitely a lot!) I am somewhat an expert in interview techniques. Even more so because one of those interviews actually landed me a job. So, here are my Top Tips for interviews!Continue reading The Adventures of Graduate Life: Interviews
It’s been a week since graduation and I am still unemployed. I expect that’s the case for most people. The dreaded Job Hunt can be a very disheartening time, especially when you don’t know which industry you want to work in.Continue reading The Adventures of Graduate Life: The Job Hunt
The Problem: Not enough storage space for all my things.
The Solution: At least a week of clearing out rubbish I haven’t needed over the last four years from my cupboards and replacing them with things I actually need.Continue reading The Adventures of Graduate Life: Moving In
It has been exactly 17 days since I moved out of my student flat and came back to live with my parents (but who’s counting right?). Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m super grateful that I have parents in a position to support me while I find my feet post-university, but being an adult living in you childhood home is a difficult field to navigate. So, I thought I’d help out others in my position with a little Graduate Life series about the kind of problems you might encounter while living at home, and a little advice on how to overcome them.
Watch this space for my Graduate Life Adventures!