Well, I am ALSO graduating soon. So my blog is currently about the last moments of college, fear of the future, inhaling in a paper bag, etc.
But I will *soon* be a post-college blogger. Scary!
The entire basis for my blog, name and all, was geared toward life after college. Findingravity came from a conversation I had with my mother, where I said, "I just feel like I'm floating, like I've lost my sense of gravity." And so, FG was born. It's a lot of humorous self deprecation peppered with moments of mid twenties triumph.
Take a peak!
Not sure mine counts, I have no degree, but my blog is about life after college-age. Married, mom to a dog, (no kids) living in Austin, Texas. Maybe it works with what you're looking for. thetattooedtype.blogspot.com
Since we're all trying to connect and plug our shit. I will do mine too
I started blogging right before I graduated from college. That was about two years ago. Life has been a sitcom since then... and it's all documented here: http://trashrocktour.blogspot.com/
Totally done with college, the fun is totally not over with.
love life after college blogs! I will for sure check yours out! Mine is http://littlegirlinthemiddle.blogspot.com/
That's pretty much all I blog about... trying to become an adult. I graduated a couple of years ago and I'm dealing with money, a mortgage, a real job, taking care of myself, etc. It's all an adventure at The Park Ave. Pub!
Graduated with my undergrad a few years back and my MBA about a year ago. In real life: www.tiffanyinreallife.blogspot.com
Congrats on being an almost-post-grad! Our blog caters to the life Post Grad in every way. We hope you will check it out!
I graduated from college 2 years ago and am definitely still trying to navigate "life after college!" Check out my blog! :)
I'm graduating soon too! I'm done with my Undergrad next week (finals week, eek!) and I have 3 summer classes for my Masters to finish up. I'm going to be transitioning from college life to relocating to a new city! I'll be posting my thoughts, excitement, fears, etc. on my blog, so I'd love if you (or anyone else) read it! I'm open to advice too :)