Growing your cheeks is a long and hard process, definitely don’t expect it to occur in a month. I will share my tips for how I went from an inverted slope on my derrière to draggin’ that wagon!
To say the pandemic has been a bummer for most of us is an understatement. Whether you’re working or studying from home, on the frontlines, dealing with a bunch of crap, or just staying put (at least for those of us who give a fuck about other people’s lives) it’s been rough.
Adapting to a new society with different customs and language is a difficult experience for anyone, and it gets even tougher when you bring in the educational system and career prospects into the picture.
Whether you are somewhere in your educational path, whether it be college, high school, middle school, or pre-k, you will be quizzed on a particular subject and offered a letter grade. Getting an A feels good to almost everyone, but the work that has to be put into studying for it does not.
As I approached my early 20s, something that was important to me was being smart with my money and accumulating a decent amount of money to keep as an emergency fund. Life at this age is fun and exciting, with plans every single weekend and buying new things unexpectedly; but you have to watch out for detrimental spending habits that can hinder you in the future. I managed to get to my financial goals by doing a bit of research and taking some of the actions I am sharing below.
Now with COVID-19, graduating seniors are facing even more uncertainty about the chances of getting a job. Even with quarantine and the stay-at-home order, you can still take some steps to maximize your job search and the application process.