Shannon is a rising sophomore at George Washington University and an aspiring
documentary film maker. She spends her free time like most typical college
students, hanging out with friends, watching movies or tv, and working
to pay off those college loans some of you are familiar with.
When she has free time she likes to spend it reading, writing, or taking
Shannon's Latest Posts
You never know when you’re going to need that perfect party mix on hand, or some good songs to add the right touch to your fall semester. Well make sure your Smartphone is stocked with these apps so that you have the key to the perfect playlists, right in your pocket.
So you did it. You’re finally starting to mature, at least in the college sense of the word. You decided to make the switch from the single, party lifestyle to the committed (although you still like to party) lifestyle.
Dealing with difficult customers never really gets easier, however you can be more prepared for when they come your way. Don’t forget to keep your cool if a customer is getting under your skin. Personally, I prefer to kill them with kindness, keep a positive outlook on the situation and stay collected. Think about it this way, all the weird and annoying customers you serve will make for great stories to share with your friends. That, and I like to keep telling myself that my job’s free cupcakes make it all worth it.
So you’ve finally done it. You’ve finally finished those dreaded high school years. You’re done with boring teachers, tedious work, and uninteresting classes. Ha, just kidding. But as you savor these summer days and get geared up for college, here are some things to keep in mind:
Going to school in the city means that I am constantly passing by the less fortunate and being asked to donate money. The problem is, being in college means that I don’t exactly have money to spare. I have realized that being in college doesn’t mean that I can’t contribute; donating your time can be just as helpful and rewarding as donating your money.