College Doesn’t Prepare You for the Post-Graduation Slump

But that doesn’t mean you won’t survive it

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When I graduated college, I was on top of the world. I’d worked long and hard to finish my degree — late nights, insufferable classes, long hours at work and school — it was all worth it. I had a degree, and I had a job lined up after graduation. Everything worked out just like I had hoped it…




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Addey Vaters

Addey Vaters

Writer, reader, cat lover, and tea drinker. Poetry editor & podcast host at borrowed solace. Words in Adroit Journal, Vita Brevis, & others.

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