The Four Pins Guide To Graduating College

It’s about that time, homie. May means graduation and graduation means no more complaining about finals, not being able to sleep in until noon and scheduling your classes so you don’t have anything to do on Friday other than do drugs. I know, you’re scared—you’re unsure of your path in the world. You can’t believe those 4.75 years went by so quickly! Navigating the turbulent skies and unruly seas of semi-adulthood is tough, but I’m OLD. I’ve been through it and since I’m now getting paid and DOING AN AMAZING JOB AT MY JOB, OBVIOUSLY, I DID SOMETHING RIGHT. So, listen up. This is the Four Pins guide to graduation college. It's gonna be rough, but we're gonna get through it together.


4 Responses to “The Four Pins Guide To Graduating College”

  1. Guest

    NYC is overrated at this point.

    The highest paid starter jobs (and I´m talking real jobs, not writing random shit on blogs) are out in Mumbai, Singapore and Hong Kong.

    You don´t move to NYC when to make it – you move there when you´ve MADE it.


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