If anyone has been to high school or college, chances are, you know what a Syllabus is. For those who don't know, a syllabus is this bible of expectations that each instructor gives to their students as guidelines for being allowed to take their course. Well, as the student who just paid $500+ for this "opportunity," I have a few guidelines, too. After all, I spend my time, gasoline, brain capacity and money each time I come to class, why is it so wrong to have expectations of my own?
If you're anything like me, you hate owing people money. Even if they say "don't worry about it," that's still the only thing on your mind until you pay them back. So why are credit cards any different? Honestly, they're not.
I’m sure we’ve all been on vacation, which means we probably all stayed in a hotel at some point in our lives. Some of you may have had the unfortunate experience of standing behind one of these guests, or maybe this will open your eyes to the fact that you are one of these guests (and hopefully this convinces you to change your ways). Nonetheless, until you’re standing on the other side of the check-in desk, it’s difficult to see just how annoying some of those travelers can be. Take a moment to read about five of the most annoying travelers that stay in hotels: