The Power of Having a Job you Dislike

or in my case, graduate school

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I used to wonder why recent college graduates jumped into crappy entry level jobs. (I still do to an extent.)

…It’s predictable! It’s boring!

But also, I get it: money is important; paying off student loans is important; supporting yourself financially is important. Becoming financially stable is…

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Golf Writer + Naturalist + Old Man at Heart

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Golf Writer + Naturalist + Old Man at Heart

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