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Hello Everyone!

We’re your friendly neighborhood girls here to help!

We made this blog so people like you have somewhere to go to ask for advice on relationships, family and life in general. Though we are most definitely not experts, we’re simply here to give you some perspective or words of encouragement. As mentioned above, we’re here to relieve your love woes and pains of drama.

Don’t hesitate to ask! We even have a panel of smart-ass guy friends willing to volunteer their two cents if you want some male perspective at your request. We want this to be a comfortable place for anyone - guys, girls, and everything in between - for some silly faces and friendly words.

Love and Butterfly Kisses,

Mare and Sami

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hey guys, I'm totally going through a mid-college crisis here and need some advice. There are so many paths that I could take and am interested in. The problem is deciding what to do with the rest of my life. Should I choose one path and stick to it? Or should I experiment with different things? Or what? I'm just looking for different opinions, since I'm not one of those people who have always known what they want to do with their life. Thanks guys!
advicodin advicodin Said:

Hi!

This is most definitely something most college students go through at some point in their college careers.  If you are still early in your college career, I would most definitely recommend experimenting.  Use your elective classes to try out some serious possibilities, some people use it for an easy grade or fun classes, but this is kind of crucial if you seriously do not know what to do.  

If you are later in your college career, I would just try to pin something down that you are moderately interested in.  It might not be exactly what you want to do with your career, but that’s okay.  Most employers look for people with problem-solving skills (this may sound simple, but most people freak out when having to deal with a problem instead of facing it head on, employers do NOT want to baby you, they want to make sure you can work with a cool head and get the job done) as well as customer service skills (people our age have a major attitude problem).  Get involved, get some internships, just put yourself out there.  If they see you are a well-rounded person, they won’t look at what your degree is in, just that you have one. 

I would also recommend talking to your professors about it, they have a wealth of wisdom and are usually more helpful at giving life-long useful advice than an actual school adviser.  

You should also think about getting a minor in something that will help you, possibly business, communications, or speech.   I would just recommend getting a job or internship and test the waters, that is the best indication on what type of environment you see yourself in. And experience, experience, experience, get some, lol. :)

I hope this isnt too fragmented and scattered. My brain is all over the place, its finals week for me!

Good Luck!

-Dr. Mare

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