Earlier today, my friend and I were messaging each other over Facebook about what our University timetable would be. He noted that I had Fridays off so that clearly meant that I had "a long weekend every week," right?
We are all sent emails daily from businesses trying to sell us stuff that, in reality, we don't really need. The difference between the emails that sell and the emails that don't is the language and the vibe they are sending out to their email list.
A couple of months ago, I had just graduated high school, and with high hopes for the future, marched right out of that hall and into the pouring rain. A slightly unfortunate turn of events for my graduation, but no matter. I didn’t know that by now, that rain would basically represent my plans for the future.
Like most people, at some point in my life I was a teenager. I wanted to move away from my parents and experience “real life.” In order to do all that I needed a steady source of income, but it wasn't so easy since I had no high school diploma, no college degree, and barely any knowledge of the English language. Somehow, all that that didn't seem to disqualify me from snagging a kitchen job. The food industry employed over 5,000,000 people in 2017 and, with a growth rate of 14%, remains the fastest-growing industry. Finding a job wasn't hard; keeping it was the challenge. My coworkers always had more experience than me. I was the youngster, the green guy. Fresh meat. It always interested me how their seemed to exist some sort of behavior that only made sense inside the kitchen. Over the years I picked up on a simple set of rules that can make sure your Chef won't fire you before service, even if you aren’t that great of a cook:
One of the most common problem someone can encounter while heading to university is either too much partying resulting in bad grades, getting kicked out of classes or even school. Nobody wants to re-do classes or an entire year in university. OR. Too much focus on school and grades that one just does not make the time to make any friends or have any funs. Stress is a silent killer. When going to university you MUST find your happy balance in between both, trust me when I say it will make your life way easier!