Seriously, I was on the verge of tears myself after reading this! So I took a look through her website, and saw what an incredible resource it is for those of you who are still on your journey to figuring out post-college life/your career paths (a.k.a. the dreaded quarter-life crisis). As she says in her About section:
This blog focuses on embracing the journey to your success. Whether you are pursuing your dream career, trying to build a business, or relocating to a new city, the first couple of months out of college are not easy. In fact, they can be downright unbearable. But don’t fret! The highs and lows of life make you stronger and they make the journey all the more memorable.
It's definitely worth following, no matter if you're unemployed or have already established a career path. There's always room to grow, and to be inspired by what other people are doing in life. I dunno about you guys, but oftentimes when I hear about extremely successful people who are at the top of their field, I feel completely intimidated; like I'm personally not capable of achieving that level of success.
What sets My Freshman Year Of Life apart from other career-focused blogs, and what excites me the most, is that it's all about being transparent about the struggles you have to endure to become successful, while simultaneously giving intelligent and manageable solutions to work through those struggles.
And to end this on a semi-unrelated note, I was listening to Porter Robinson while reading her message so I thought it'd be fitting to dedicate "Fresh Static Snow" to My Freshman Year Of Life :)