At first I was happy to see that things went smoothly. I could do this on my own. Then I started making changes to improve things, and I was surprised that nothing blew up. One thing led to another, and I slowly grew a spine.
A second later, the dude walked out of the men's room, clueless to what we were up to in the hallway. Good. Whew. Drinks, burgers, and restroom mischief, we had a great meal and rolled out of there with full bellies. Note to self: This would be a great place to get a bunch of friends together to play Cards Against Humanity or other obnoxious games like Fluxx or Exploding Kittens.
Is the back of your kitchen cupboards a black hole that swallows up canned goods and small packages? Have you ever gone grocery shopping for some basics that you swore you had, only to put them away and find a supply of it in the back of the cupboard? Yeah, me too. I hated it. It was also a royal pain in the tush to finagle the bottom can from a stack of cans three rows deep. But then I stole a genius organizing tip from my mom.
Econ midterm tomorrow. This is my lunchtime study room. Life is good. PS: I love this class. PPS: One of my classmates complimented me on my notes. I find that amusing.
Today's pro tip is: When you're dining in the cafeteria, pay attention. Watch for outliers: What items haven't you seen there before? Which things would you expect to see at a nice restaurant, not in a college cafeteria? Cruise through the salad bar, burger and sandwich stations to see what's new. You might find a... Continue Reading →
A few years ago, I abruptly walked out of my old life and started over. From scratch.