After Graduation Day - This Is not How I Pictured It

After Graduation Day - This Is not How I Pictured It 

After Graduation Day
After Graduation Day
Only a few short weeks ago, you joyfully tossed your graduation cap high in the air with your classmates in recognition of your lifetime accomplishment.  You danced your way through parties and also celebrated the end of your high school years.  You even spent a few days doing absolutely nothing in order to clear your brain from all of the Senior Research Paper and Final Exam information that has been taking up way too much space.  But now as Labor Day approaches, it affect you.  This is the first September ever that you remember not feeling the nervous anticipation of a new school year.  After all the years of working to reach this goal, it’s kind of a let-down.


When you were younger, chances are you thought that high school graduation meant the beginning of adulthood.  You would be driving a great car, living in a cool apartment either in the city or by the beach, and life would be great.  Not exactly how you pictured it is it?

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The reality is, the transition to adulthood doesn’t happen overnight just because you graduated from high school.  It takes time to get there and there will be ups and downs along the way.  This can be one of the most frustrating periods of life.  You feel like an adult.  By law, you are an adult.  Yet you may still be living in your childhood bedroom and treated like the same kid you were just a short time ago.

Be Wise With The Money You Earn

Be Wise With The Money You Earn
Be Wise With The Money You Earn
Hang in there.  The journey towards full independence takes time, patience, and perseverance.   Unfortunately, it also takes money.  Be wise with the money you earn and save for your goals.  Trust that the lessons you learned in high school, both in and out of the classroom, will serve you well.  Remember the values you were raised with and don’t compromise your standards.  Don’t let other people’s opinions determine your own.  Live up to your responsibilities and be true to your word.  These qualities make an adult regardless of chronological age.  Family members and others you have known a long time may take some time to think of you as anything but a kid.  In their minds, you are still a child.  Act like an adult and you will prove yourself in time. 

Remember those childhood dreams you had about adulthood?  Don’t forget them.  Keep them in mind as a goal to work towards.  You can earn a great car.  You can live in a really cool place.  You will live a great life.  It just takes time for me and for you. That's Me and The Way to Find Solution

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