What It’s Like to Graduate into a Pandemic

Night time with some trees

If you have never heard of CNBC Make It, I would recommend trying out their content because it is good and relatable as a twenty-something year old. Tonight I decided to watch one where they talked about What It’s Like To Graduate Into A Recession. I know that older people love to assume that as […]

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I Feel Like a Failure

Today felt like shit. Its just one of those days where I feel overwhelmed, stressed, and disappointed in myself. I’m scared to talk about it with others because their response is always me overreacting. But if I am not careful, this could easily lead to depression. A lot of it has to do with me […]

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I Survived a Networking Event

In my last post, I briefly mentioned being scared to go to networking events. Well today, I can officially say that I survived attending a hiring/networking event. Woohoo This event was put on by a huge insurance firm in Canada and targeted towards actuarial students. If you did not know, I am an economics student, […]

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Recruitment Season

It never really crossed my mind that recruitment season for new graduate jobs began a whole year in advance. Obviously you can start you search when you actually graduate, but I’ve realized that most people try to start months before so that by the time they graduate they already have a job lined up. And […]

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Rejection After Rejection

When you’re in college or university you usually try to get an internship every year, to gain some experience and gain some money. Now the year before you graduate, the summer between your 3rd and 4th year, is really important since you’re hoping to get a job with that company. Now this is the thing. […]

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They Didn’t Want Me

In the span of a week, I got an interview, did that interview, got the job and found out two days later that it was all a mistake and I was not supposed to get the job in the first place. I’m guessing you’re thinking some combination of “what the fuck”, “I’m sorry”, “oh my […]

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Monthly Memories – July 2019

Going to honest here, I got this idea from another blogger named Cass, from uniquelycass.com. I recently discovered her blog, read quite a bit of entries, particularly her monthly recaps and felt inspired to something similar. I recommend checking out her website. And since July just ended, its perfect timing. So here goes. Arristella launched. […]

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