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Soon to be full time adult.

Graduation is 32 days away. I have not applied to grad school. I have no jobs lined up. I still work part-time as a waitress at a mediocre restaurant. 127 more words


A little teeeensy dilemma

I’ve had a little bit of a dilemma these past few days. I’ve been thinking about what I want to do after I complete my bachelor’s degree 300 more words


The Cost of Chasing a Dream

I am overwhelmed.

I don’t mean to be dramatic.  There are people with far busier schedules and far bigger problems than me.  I recently connected with a family in Georgia whose six-year-old son has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and they wake up each morning not knowing what the day will hold.   611 more words

Misconceptions of a Special Major

For those who may not know, I am pursuing a special major, which means that I created my own degree program with the help of the different departments involved. 441 more words


Hickups after midnight

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“How the summer of 2015 completely changed my life”

The days are getting shorter and it´s getting really cold over here in Germany. Everbody is happy to end the day with a steaming hot cup of tea in their hands sitting cosy on the couch. 2,576 more words


Vlog #1 - Career and School

Guys I did it!  I made my first vlog!  I’m excited on entering this new world of vlogging.

Have you ever struggled with figuring out what exactly you want to do with your life? 18 more words


The Definition of Hospitality

“Yes.” That was Kevin Mitchell’s answer when he was approached by food historian Dr. David Shields to take on the part of 19th century African-American chef Nat Fuller and reenact an 1865 iconic biracial banquet that took place in Charleston, South Carolina. 1,656 more words


elemonated reblogged this on Pomelo girl thoughts and commented:

Sean Brock (left) and Kevin Mitchell (right) Food history is hands down my favorite subject. It's amazing how a meal can shape a culture, and that's what we're faced with when the people of Charleston sit down for the recreated Fuller Dinner. The delicious and historical dishes against the rich and conflicted backdrop absolutely make this event worth writing about, definitely beyond the dime-a-dozen new restaurant openings in NYC. I wish I could find something as cool as things happening near me, but I think I might have to drive down to Philadelphia to get anywhere close.