advice for graduates
It's eyes forward from here on in!
While it would probably be enough to just say "good luck" and "I love you," that's not all there is to say. Not by a long shot.
Kids love to stomp in puddles, fall out of trees, catch frogs in a ditch and ride anything with wheels. Be like they are and experience true freedom before life gives you a mortgage, kids, in-laws, 50 extra pounds, buffoon bosses and irritable bowel syndrome.
As humans, we spend a lot of time looking back on our lives, analyzing where we've been and why. Then we spend a lot of time wondering what our future holds and figuring out how to get there.
In her commencement address at Smith College, Arianna Huffington told the class of 2013, "Don't buy society's definition
We who are older know that it's rare to have it all, in any job. We know that entry-level positions are harder to find in today's constrained labor market. And we know that today's young graduates have a great deal to bring to the table and will benefit from formative early professional experiences.
"We will ultimately rise up with social activism, collective confidence, civic engagement, and service leadership. They say