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

Not done one of these in a while...Here's a round up of the week on Gradulthood:

Prologue update #1 - Michael wrote an update on his life as a Gradult.

Week in a tweet - NYE themed.

Prologue update #2 - Joe wrote an update on his life as a Gradult.

A Gradult at work: A year in the restaurant - (Just realised I haven't justified the text in this article, Joe will not be happy)

Prologue - An introduction or preface - A quick round up of the prologue updates, and the original brief prologues.

Gradulthood jobs: Himalayan Yarsagumba Pickers - The overnight American sensation, we still don't know why.

Adios Amigo! - Dave Procter is heading back to Colombia on Monday so enclosed are the articles he wrote for us. EDIT: This post also has the best caption I've ever written. Michael.

Now that's what I call thrift #13 - The one with the Gellar rule.

Extra curricular Gradult: Learning a language - Michael wrote about the resources he has used in his attempt to learn Spanish.

Thanks for reading this week, '5 things I learnt this week' will up tomorrow at some point. Keep updated via Twitter @gradulthood.

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