gra-dult-hood n.

1. A stage in life between graduation and adulthood.
2. Gradulthood often involves jobs that don't fulfil a graduate's expectations.
3. A term coined during the recession.

This week on Gradulthood.

Treacherous has now made it to Manchester, and I don't half wish it would go away. Yesterday a friend of mine dropped his phone in the canal, it slid to the middle so he had to walk out and retrieve it. Luckily for him the ice didn't break, snow joke.

What's new this week?Italic

5 things we learnt this week - The pilot article of our new Sunday feature.

A week in a tweet - 'nuff said

A Gradult abroad: Viva Las Vegas - Joe talks about his time staying at a trailer park in the Sin City.

A Gradult (not) at work: The Media Industry - How does cheese souffle come into it? Have a read to find out.

Now that's what I call thrift: #6 - The first of this weeks double helping of thrift, the football bet.

Gradults 0 - 2018 FIFA - Joe's thoughts on the woeful decision...very impartial.

Now that's what I call thrift: #7 - In the second part of our double bill, Michael suggests a couple of winter warmers.

NEXT WEEK: On Monday we have our first female post on Gradulthood(!), Natalie Stanton writes about her life as a Gradult. Plus: 'A Gradult Abroad: South America, Part 2' and hopefully a contribution from a Masters student. Enjoy the weekend!

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