Graduating from college can be daunting. You have a whole world of possibilities to explore and only a slight clue as to how to navigate through the job market, climb corporate ladders, manage personal finances, pay taxes, and get all those adult-y things done. College was nice in that it provided a solid structure and an amazing community of like minded peers, but those years were definitely not the best years of my life. Being an independent adult, who makes their own decisions and doesn't always have homework hanging over their head, is glorious. Post grad life can be incredibly liberating, especially if you don’t dwell too much on the lives your fellow alumni are leading. Here are 10 things that I wish I had known when I graduated from college at Harvard.