Want To Be Fluent In Another Language?

Stephen Moore
Jun 20 · 1 min read

Hey post grads, pre grads, current grads and everyone in between.

Hopefully this week has brought you new opportunities, new challenges, and new adventures. We had another week of great stories, with loads getting curated! So a big congratulations all round from Tom Kuegler and I.

Without further ado…

🏆 Featured Contributed Post

This weeks feature post was written by Emily C, in which she lays out a lot of seriously great tips and advice to help you become fluent in another language. Which is probably on loads of peoples to-do-lists.

So look no further ! Read here — How I Gained Fluency in a Second Language

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🙌 Some Parting Inspiration

“Go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is.”

— Jimmy Carter

Have a great week folks,

Stephen Moore, Editor.

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The Post-Grad Survival Guide

We're confused twenty-somethings, but we know the 9–5 isn't for us. Tips on blogging, freelancing, and building your side hustle. A good bit of life lessons and travel tips thrown in, too. Living life on our own terms.