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How my weird hospitality/bartender job has made me a better writer/student/human

I wish I could get paid to go to school, but, alas, one of the undeniable perks of being a twenty-something college student at the moment is that while I attempt to enrich my understanding of the world and better myself through formal education, I also get to submit myself to hours of restaurant-service work and still accumulate thousands of dollars of student loan debt for later. 1,095 more words

Poetry

The Waiter Paradox

Today, I’ll discuss one of my favourite paradoxes, and unravel it. It’s called the Waiter Paradox.

What is a Paradox?

The dictionary definition says that a paradox is “A seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true”. 618 more words

Paradox

Paris in the Summer

It’s really very hard to write about a city that is so loved and admired all around the world. There is nothing new I can tell you about the Eiffel Tower or the Lourve or Versailles or the thousand other tourist attractions you might visit there. 575 more words

Creative Writing

If You're Waiting For a Waiter, Doesn't That Make You The Waiter?

My first job was waitressing and what a horrible job it was. Don’t get me wrong, it had it’s perks like we got free sandwiches at lunch and you got free drinks and a coffee in the morning and SOME of the staff are nice but other than that, I thought that waitressing was a nightmare. 1,245 more words

Food

"Three French Hens"

Hard to believe it’s that time again.   Thanksgiving will be here in less than a week and then it’ll be Christmas.

I just completed “Three French Hens,” my seventh illustration for the Twelve Days of Christmas series.  189 more words

Spending Wisely = Tipping Nicely

We live in an era where it is all about saving and getting more for your money.
This is a good thing right?
Lets see what my good friend and guest writer, Alyssa Phillips (her blog: … 534 more words

Food Service Industry