Last semester, Tucker got me a job working at our school’s auditorium. I resisted for a long time, doubting I would benefit from this experience (other than a paycheck). After just a few weeks, I had made some great friends and learned a lot – a lot more than I was anticipating. Here are the things I’ve learned in just a semester working at an auditorium.
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If you’ve ever browsed Pinterest at the end of January/early February, then you are at least somewhat aware of the intricate details and immense effort behind some Valentine’s Day desserts. As someone who loves to eat sweets, I rarely find myself with enough patience to construct any sort of elaborate, edible masterpiece. This recipe for my heart-shaped chocolate cake with strawberries turned out surprisingly well for not having any sort of “real plan” before I began. Make sure you read through the explanations under each picture because I share some tips from my experience.
How is January over? I’m both confused and mind-blown by that piece of information. However, I’m pleased to say that, while every moment in January was not necessarily an easy one, January has been quite a fun month. Amidst all the fun, I did stop (more like pause) to learn a thing or two in typical Kristine fashion. I hope the first month of 2016 treated you all as well as it treated me and without further ado, here’s what I’ve learned:
As I’ve gotten older, I have really come to appreciate living an organized life. I love my new planner and having an organized computer, but an area that often gets overlooked is a woman’s handbag. How many times have you been standing at the register looking for a pen or cash or a piece of gum for far too long only to realize, minutes later, that you were holding up the line? Don’t worry, I’ve been there too. I now take care in making sure my purse is also organized to avoid more situations like the one described above. Here are my tips for keeping your bag organized.
Hey everyone! Today, I will be featuring a post from Roxana, a Sydney-based writer. She’s filled with great ideas and tips that are useful for anyone with a busy schedule. Enjoy 🙂