Uncertainty is a Gift
Tina Seelig

Thanks for the helpful insight! As I approach graduation, the uncertainty of what to do next is weighing especially heavy, but this alleviated some anxiety. All of life is uncertain and that uncertainty is what makes it exciting and creates an abundance of opportunities. Also, I’m less stressed with finding the first job and it being a perfect fit, thanks for sharing your personal experience of changing multiple industries. Of course, the next step is still important, but whatever it is, it’s not incorrect and is meant to happen :)

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