Savvy’s Weird Education Journey

I never thought that I would go to university, even though everyone always told me that I should go. I didn’t think of myself as going to university type. I didn’t want to go into either ten thousands dollars of debt or thousands pounds of debt. Honestly, I never considered university was a plausible option for me. Then six years ago, out of the blue and … Continue reading Savvy’s Weird Education Journey

What it Means to Be Very Successful

What is success built on? Guest blogger Matt Liu shares his insight: This year has been a fantastic year for my friends. My friend Katrina got an offer letter from Tesla with less than a year of formal computer science education on her résumé. My friend Rishi was accepted to Harvard Business School. My friend Julie opened her trendy bar in a big city. Friends … Continue reading What it Means to Be Very Successful

the Lonely People

If you’ve graduated from uni, then you know how strange it feels to suddenly not be surrounded by all your friends.  Maybe it’s different for you.  For me, I made the choice to go to college in England.  I don’t regret it at all.  But that meant that graduating meant going home to America and separating from my friends – notably, my fellow co-blogger, Savvy.  … Continue reading the Lonely People

Being the New Girl

“I don’t understand why we go to a church forty-five minutes away,” I say, gripping the steering wheel as I practice my driving. Dad leans back in his seat.  “What’s the problem with that?” “It takes us out of the community.” “Fine, okay, I’ll tell you what,” he says.  “You can pick a local church and I’ll take you there.” “No.  Never mind.” “Why not?” … Continue reading Being the New Girl