Holy Unpreparedness Batman! Graduating without a plan is like jumping out of a plane without a parachute. The best thing to do is to know what gets you motivated and get into an internship program. Look for grants, research vocational books, talk to your counselor and gain the experience you need to be a success. Look for association clubs to join, it's great you already have computerease. Learn to dress proffessionaly for a job interview. I know traveling and going to school for fun is easier, but you will never learn to know yourself or find the niche in life that would make you happy without interviewing successful people, getting a mentor and knowing what makes you tick. Don't settle for a McJob living from paycheck to paycheck. Get motivated by knowing and doing what you love. Once you know what you would like to do get magazines, trade shows or conferences related to that interest. I got honors in art so sell my work in an online gallery. I read art magazines since my major was art. I still see galleries of other artists and it still fires me up. I didn't like my other jobs so I quit. Doing what you love is the key to financial happiness.