Post-College Journey Resourcecs

a few of my favorites

Life after college is hard. But it doesn’t need to be confusing.

This resource page is filled with resources to help you on your post-grad life journey. These have definitely helped me navigate life-after-college.

Productive Job-Hunting Cheat Sheet

Find your first job

This Job-Hunting B.L.I.S.S. Method

This free Job-Hunting Cheat Sheet is the perfect resource if you are feeling overwhelmed because you don’t know where or how to start job-hunting.

Meet new people

LinkedIn for Women

The Girlboss Network also known as “LinkedIn for Women” is a great place to connect with other women. I like to think of it like LinkedIn meets a forum, meets Meetup. And the best part? It’s free!

Grow your network
your local library is a free resource. read the 5 must-read books for recent graduates

Continue Your Education

Your local library

Just because you’re done with school, doesn’t mean the learning stops. It does get more fun though! That’s what happens when you are driven to teach yourself something. And your local library is a great, free resource.

For a list of life-changing books for women in their 20s, click the button below.

Create your dream life

Set goals

To live your dream life, you have to create it. And to create it, you need to set goals, track your progress, reflect on your progress, optimize your actions, and revisit your goals.

My favorite workbook is Aileen Xu’s (she’s a youtuber) Artist of Life workbook. But there are also tons of free goal setting worksheets online.

Click the button below for info on how to set a goal & stick to them

Set goals

Discover Your Interests


We talk a lot about how self-discovery is an important part of job-hunting.

This is why, I invested in a membership that helps me explore my interests. My favorite resource is Skillshare because it allows me to explore my interests as well as develop new skills that are relevant to marketing. Other popular options are Udemy, Coursea, and LinkedIn Learning.

Click the button below for 2 months of Skillshare’s premium membership. 

Get Organized

Digital or physical bullet journals

If you’re the type of person who uses to-do lists and post-it notes, the bullet journal method is for you!

My bullet journal helps me:

  • Set & track goals
  • Track daily habits
  • Prioritize tasks
  • Budget
For tips on how to use a planner to successfully build your career, click the button below.
Set goals