Post-Grad Journey Tools
Adulting can be hard. It's easy to get lost, overwhelmed, and frustrated. But you're not alone! This resource page is filled with tools to help you on your post-grad life journey. These tools have definitely helped me navigate my post-grad day-to-day.
The Post-Grad Journey Vault is very similar to this resources page. This resource page and the vault both contain resources geared to help you with your life-after-college journey.
The difference is that all of the resources are created by me and, as a result, are free.
New and exclusive tools (workbooks and spreadsheets) are added every month to help you navigate your journey.
Click here to get access to the vault.
If there is one thing I’ve learned, it’s that there is no end to learning.
With the help of Audible, I was able to listen to eight books last year while driving to and from work and doing chores around the house.
These weren’t fun fiction books! They were all nonfiction books that I never would’ve found the time to read. But with audible, I was still able to learn from them.
Click here to get your first Audible book for free.
“Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Mark Twain
This eCourse (coming soon) will teach you how to find the perfect job for you when you don’t know what you next step should be.
Click here to join the waiting list.
If you’re the type of person who uses to-do lists and post-it notes, the bullet journal method is for you! It’s an analog system designed to help you keep track of the past, organize the present, and plan for the future. In other words, it will help you keep all of those to-do lists, post-it notes, and loose leaf papers in one place.
My bullet journal helps me:
- Set & track goals
- Track daily habits
- Prioritize tasks
Girl, Stop Apologizing is basically a myth-busting, actionable how-to book on embracing and achieving your goals.
It explained a lot of the shame I was and am feeling, that I am not alone in feeling this way and that it’s okay to feel this way, and how to change my mindset.
Click here if you’re in need of a pick-me-up and confidence boost.
After reading this book, I was able to pay off my student loans in less than five months!
Dave Ramsey’s book, The Total Money Makeover has completely changed my mindset on money. I’ve been living debt free for almost four year and have a fully-funded emergency fund.
Click here to find out more about what this book taught me and how I paid off my student loans in less than five months.
Dare to lead is a book about what it takes and looks like to be a leader in the workplace.
I think every young professional should read this book. Because even if you aren’t a people manager in your position, you can still use the lessons in the book to create a positive work environment.
Click here and download a free sample of Dare to Lead.
Exploring your interests and hobbies as a young professional is imperative to your career development…even if your interests and hobbies have nothing to do with your current position.
Your interests and hobbies can be used as a method of stress release and/or as a guide to find a career that you do love.
Click here to get two free months of premium membership.
In order 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 often.
Aileen’s Artist of Life workbook helps me keep myself accountable and tracking toward that dream life.
Click here to see a flip through of the workbook and learn more about Aileen.
The Girlboss network has been referred to as a “LinkedIn for women.” But I think it’s more like LinkedIn + a forum + Meetup.
It’s a great place to connect with other professionals, ask vulnerable questions in a safe space, and you can meet up with women who are located in the same city as you. I’ve been able to connect with so many great women because of this network
Click here to learn more and create a free account.