Top 15 Life Hacks

I'm all about finding the simplest, most efficient way to do anything.  So the following are fifteen life hacks that have saved me time and effort and can hopefully benefit you. Leave your online shopping carts open for 24 hours and the company will usually email you a discount (my favorite hack.) Use wine bottles to store... Continue Reading →

8 Lessons to Bring to 2018

It’s been a while since I’ve written on here, but with the year coming to a close I figured now is a good time to come back and reflect on what I learned over the year. The following are eight lessons I am bringing into the year 2018:   Forgive - forgive and move on. Even... Continue Reading →

The Why Behind My Blog

I realize I never posted a “My First Blog Post” or anything explaining my reasoning for creating The Subtle Art of Post Grad. Before continuing my normal posts I want to share the backstory on how I got here. As a warning, I’m probably going to sound like a brat the first couple of sentences but... Continue Reading →

25 Things I Learned For My 25th Birthday

As I recently turned 25 this past weekend, I was both excited and hesitant about my life. I consider myself beyond blessed because I celebrated my quarter-century mark in Miami surrounded by some of my closest friends (some pictures below). I’ve learned so much over the years and I’m still learning but I wanted to share some tips... Continue Reading →

Something About Self-Care

A couple years ago I was basically miserable. I had just graduated college and moved to a new city away from family and friends where I was underpaid and hated my job. After some research, I began trying different methods to improve physically, mentally and spiritually.  It is important to note that self-care is different... Continue Reading →

10 Cheap Travel Tips

A few of the best perks of being a young professional are salaries,freedom, and paid time off. For the year 2017, I made it a goal to take a trip to a different city every month. As expected, this has required some serious planning, dedicated friends, and budgeting. Overtime, I learned a few tips and... Continue Reading →

Five Apps to Simplify Your Life

  Throughout high school and college I was fortunate enough to rely on my parents to assist with paying my bills and scheduling various appointments. Needless to say, I had a rude awakening after graduation. Dramatic as it may be, I became mentally drained just thinking of setting a budget, scheduling appointments and improving my... Continue Reading →

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