So you graduated and think you're hot shit.
Well, you are. Only approximately 30 percent of the American population has graduated college, according to census.gov, and you just did. Great job.
On the other hand, that means you're one in about 95 million. That’s a lot of people. So, maybe you’re like, lukewarm feces.
2015 came to a close last night, and instead of writing a sappy blog post about how much I've changed this year, I've decided to look forward.
I don't want to bore everyone with what I accomplished this year like graduating college, starting my first job in a career, starting my blog, my YouTube channel, cosplaying, and starting my first book, I'd like to write about what I want to do this year in 2016. After all, my life's not all that exciting.
Today marks six months since I started my first full-time, adult, "real world" job. May 11 was my first day as a journalist at Tri-County Times in Fenton, a small-town newspaper that still prints the news.
I've learned a lot in the past 184 days and I was thinking about coming up with 184 bits of knowledge, but that's way too much.
Instead, here's 60 things I've learned in the sixth months I've worked in the "real world."
From outsiders to insiders to completely dismantling that wall of separation, Nerd News made the transition from fans to reporters with their endless of knowledge of nerd culture and meeting celebrities in coffee shops.
Nerd News writes about computers, technology, superheroes, video games and other nerdy things. They also do a hilarious weekly podcast.
We spoke at Grand Rapids Comic-Con about covering conventions, celebrities, and trying to make the Nerd-News.com their 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. jobs.