The first couple years after university are a time of huge changes in your life, both personal and professional. Looking back on those years, we can often clearly see what we learned that was most helpful to getting us to where we are today. If you had to pick one, what was the most important thing you learned in the first few years after college?
Whether it's figuring out your finances (and student loans), what it takes to get a job, how to make new friends and deal with evolving relationships, or how to make a meal for yourself, we've all had experiences we learned from. What advice do you have for those in their early and mid-twenties?
If you can, try to be specific with your tips, so they're more helpful to those who can use them now.