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  1. Sion

    How's life after college ?

    It's busy. I wish work days were shorter and weekends were longer so that I can spend more time doing things outside of work lol. Life after college is also very liberating in some ways. I moved out from my parent's house two years post graduate school and into an apartment with my fiancé. It's very different to have your own space and to be able to decorate your apartment reflective of your life style and personality. There's something very comforting about the whole thing. Socializing post-college is a bit hard outside of work relationships and outside of making friends through your own close circle of friends. It certainly requires more effort and proactivity to put yourself out there in social situations and make yourself feel uncomfortable . I also feel like the world is "your playground." There's no "set path" per say like there was when you're young (I.e Complete high school, go to college, get a job, etc.). Maybe you like to spend your evenings attending dance classes or yoga classes. I spend my weekends taking spinning classes and taking my fur baby to dog parks
  2. Sion

    Travelling without your SO?

    I think it's fine to vacation without your SO as long as both parties are on the same page about it. How does she feel about you going on vacation without her? How do you feel about going on a solo vacation? Will you be able to enjoy it as much as you would without her?
  3. I create a new list of goals every year broken down into different categories. To sum it up: get license for my job, save money, travel, exercise, spend time with loved ones, and practice mindfulness.
  4. Sion is a the lead character in "The Bouncer," a super old ps2 game. Teenage me thought he was so cute TT___TT
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    Studying and working

    Yes! I was enrolled full-time in a Masters program and working two part-time jobs (approx. 33 hours a week). I took all my classes and saved my externship for last. I spent about 15-20 hours at my externship and adjusted work hours at my part-time jobs (approx. 23 a week). One of the companies covered up to 600 dollars per semester or it might have been per year. It was not a lot (I worked as a non-profit) but I was thankful they offered this! I actually enjoyed having to run from site to site; a day was never dull. As for my social life? It was practically non-existent (: I have a friend who is on her last semester of her Masters program. She is enrolled full-time and worked full-time as well. It's possible. It's just a matter of how bad you do you want it.