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Graduation is around the corner and I’m nervous and excited. One thing I look forward to doing is using my time I spent studying and learning hobbies and new skills. Devote more quality into this blog. I love working on this blog and I’m excited to have some more time to give to it. I want to improve the quality of my post and include more relevant topics. You can help by leaving feedback on what you like and what you don’t care for on the site.

  • Learn to play the guitar. I used to know three chords (G, E, D), but I haven’t messed with the guitar in over a year. After graduation, I’d like to pick it up and set aside 2-3 hours a week on learning it right. I found some free lessons on Expert Village.

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  • Work on my Spanish. To say I’m a fluent speaker in Spanish would be a lie. I understand when I’m speaking to family, but I prefer to reply back in English. I got Rosetta Stone as a gift and I intend on using it to build up my conversation skills in the language.

  • Review some relevant courses. I would like to have my own business and some of my courses this semester would be invaluable to keep in mind. I also had some other classes during previous semesters that are directly related to what I want to do.
  • Build my portfolio and gain valuable & practical experience. I already started on this with some friends of mine on developing a video game.

Oh and Financial Highway made it to the Carnival of Personal Finance over at Money Smart Life. Check it out!

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