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"The world breaks everyone and afterwards, many are strong at the broken places."

As I was sipping on a cheap glass on pinot noir, watching the  Democratic Convention last evening, Vice President Joe Biden quoted Ernest Hemingway, “The world breaks everyone and afterwards, many are strong at the broken places.” To say the least, I was taken aback by how applicable this seemed to my current phase in life. 420 more words


#Podbyky Epi 9 "Surviving Life After College"

On this episode of Lifestylebyky Podcast, I talk to Sharee Hereford, of DormRoom Tv and we chat about our experiences after graduating from college. I remember as soon as I graduated, someone asked me, “So What’s Next?” I was so taken back by the question, primarily because it was my first day back home from college, so my sentiments were… 107 more words

Post-Grad Update

I’ve been trying to write a blog post all summer about some of the more interesting things I’ve been doing/have done, i.e. graduate from college, travel to Asia for the first time, dancing in the park. 962 more words

The Current Strug

An English Grad Eats On Location: The Plantation @ Long Beach Island

Glad to be back after a mini hiatus! I’ve started working part time and kept the wallet and budget tight these past few weeks. But no worries, I still had to eat. 582 more words


Eatin' Good

Almost every morning my mom would see my fast food bags and wrappers piled up in the trash from my drunken night before and issue me a warning, “alright, you better stop eating like that, especially as you get older.” I didn’t think anything of it but like always, she was right. 533 more words



Welcome to Post Grad Bites–a food blog for young adults who enjoy cooking good food, but might need a little inspiration. Here you will find quick and easy-to-make recipes that’ll fit into your busy post-grad lifestyle. 244 more words

Healthy Recipes

Let's Talk: Give and Take

When I was younger, I had a lot of catching up to do in the “learning to be selfless” department. I was about as selfish and egocentric as any teenager could be and that meant that I was pretty terrible at caring for other people. 383 more words