“I’ve spent the past year in transition: between moving to another country and looking for a new job, I’ve had a lot going on! It’s been tough at times, and I don’t know what I would do without my friends.”
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“Remember last week, when I explained that I have no regrets about moving to the U.K. to be with my boyfriend? This is still true, but I didn’t mention a major roadblock that’s cropped up on my path to intercontinental bliss…”
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“I have always been a planner. I started thinking about college when I was eight years old. I chose a university in the fall of my junior year in high school, and decided in no uncertain terms that that would be where I would spend my college years – never mind what that school had to say. Thankfully, the school said yes!
I arrived at Fordham College at Lincoln Center and immersed myself in the college experience – I relished my courses, joined clubs on campus, met loads of new people and began planning my future. But between planning a semester in London and landing the world’s greatest internship, I forgot about falling in love. I was having too much fun making new friends and setting new goals to worry about a relationship. I planned to make the most of my time in college and land a brilliant job after graduation. I believed that my career trumped everything else, and that if a great guy came along, he would just have to fit himself into my fabulous, pre-plotted life. That was the plan…”
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