I really did enjoy my internship but going to university is just something else. After being away for half a year and only hearing stories from my friends, I am excited to be back in the castle to work on my degree and my future. Yes, my university is inside a castle – beat that!
Today is the day: my six-month internship comes to an end.
I know, this is the 21 century and I cannot even remember the last time I actually used a pen and a piece of paper. I mean, I can but let's just pretend I cannot just for the sake of this blog post.
Cash envelopes. You have never heard of those before? Well, take a seat and let me tell you how these can and will change your money habits.
In August I will start a new job; I will be a working student at the company I am an intern at. I am very excited because it makes me feel even more appreciated than I do anyway. However, this change also makes me very anxious. Due to legal reasons, I will no longer be entitled to financial promotion for university students. This means I will have around 400€ a month less than I used to. I know, it is ‘just’ money, but 400€ is a lot.
Would I call myself ambitious? Definitely yes! Would I also call myself a Cry Baby? Hell yeah!
It is nearly halftime on my internship, and I am so grateful for the journey so far. I have learned a lot, not only job-wise but also about myself. I have learned a lot about communication: that it is not only writing an article and publishing it. Communication is much more about statistics than I … Continue reading Halftime Show
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After exactly one month of internship, I have already learned a lot. Here are my top three lessons I have learned.
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