Graduation Advice | Shift & Spark

Great advice for the graduate (and their parents too)

It’s the time of year again.  After 13 years of school it’s time for the next chapter. In the Midwest, we have a phenomenon called the graduation party.  These can be elaborate shindigs planned for years in advance with house and landscaping projects revolving around this celebration or a simple gathering of family and friends. Either way, these parties are a great way to rekindle your own friendships and check in with people you may not have seen for years.  It’s also a time when you or your child will be getting a ton of advice from all the well-wishers. 

Yep, there’s no shortage of advice out there.  So we’re going to join in on the fun and pass on this great article from the Wichita Eagle.  http://www.kansas.com/living/family/suzanne-tobias/article19884336.html It pretty much covers it all, makes us smile and nod in agreement. After the hats have flown high in the sky and the grad parties have come to an end – make sure you take the time to read these tidbits, we promise you’ll find something you like.  Tell us your favorite in the comments below.

Here’s to all you special graduates out there. Tomorrow starts today.  

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