Despite the flak they receive, you can’t deny that millennials excel at a lot of things. We are a group of driven, focused, goal-oriented, active individuals. We fight for what we believe is right. We work hard to create a fulfilling life for ourselves and others. We strive to ensure a better future for all. We are environmentally conscious, care about the products we use, and research thoroughly before making big life decisions. All in all, we’re a group of pretty badass, thoughtful people. Yet, there is one area in which we are absolutely failing as a whole, and that’s dating.
Choosing where to live as a post-grad is such a daunting task.
Should you move back home with your parents to save money for a bit? Should you teach abroad for a few years? Should you stay put in the same city where you went to college? Should you take a leap of faith and move to a new city where you literally have no contacts?
I can’t wipe the smile from my face, because this past week I started my new job as Social Media Coordinator for a Marketing Agency that I’ve admired since undergrad. After two and a half years of “putting in my time” …working for companies as their Admin/Marketing girl with no room for growth, I have finally accepted a position in the field that I love where I can grow a serious marketing career.
Planners are a girl's best friend - they are what we use to map out our lives, hold ourselves accountable, and ultimately keep us sane. I know that, for me, my planner is my lifeline. I spend ridiculous amounts of time selecting the perfect one each year, and so I thought I'd put all those years of research to use and help my fellow planner lovers out in 2018! Below are my seven favorite planners for 2018, including the one I ended up purchasing for myself!
Hi beauties! I'm Tori: a 24-year-old writer, reader, and coffee drinker here to inspire you to become the most authentic and empowered version of yourself. Together we'll transform.
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