I'm a college student about to graduate in a few weeks and am trying to find relevant content/advice about how to succeed with indie hacking in these circumstances. However, most of the advice and interviews on the site are with people who are a bit older. Many of them are people with job experience who worked on something on the side and eventually quit their job to work on something.
A lot of the advice here just doesn't apply to a fresh college grad or anyone who hasn't had a full time job yet. For example, many people here got their idea or inspiration from problems at their jobs.
The only relevant stories I've really found are:
https://www.indiehackers.com/interview/building-levels-fyi-in-coffee-shops-and-growing-to-profitability-da7a4f5d63 by @zzz and https://www.indiehackers.com/interview/building-launching-and-learning-from-my-mistakes-as-a-young-maker-6a68eced12 by @tcodina
Are there any more stories here by younger founders with less professional experience? Or at least, anyone else in a similar position lurking around?