I was laid off in about 2011 from a different part time. I only lasted for about a few months. It was my first official job while being on break from college and not affiliated with a summer school program. It was incredibly stressful in that industry as a coffee girl. People who aren't hyped up on their caffeine yet, giving you a damned hard time. Pair that with little assistance from co workers doesn't keep things running smoothly. Ya know, teamwork makes the job work. But I learned a lot though, and seeing donuts that aren't lined up correctly bugs me til this day.
|How you want yo coffee?|
I've been trying to find a place that would let me be there and grow in my own way ( I think I kinda found one for the time being), but, I guess a lot of places want you to be on it like 0 to 100 from the get go, and a lot of places I applied to was more like a gamble than anything! It was more like a "Why not?" as I sent in applications. Not to mention trying to gain experience in places where your school conflicts with their schedule and what not.
|My uniform isn't as cute as my coffee girl apron tho|
Since a grocery store chain has been competing with a relatively new one, we have been doing some pretty cool stuff every now and again, like slot machines! The customers seemed to like it!
I have been trying to take on a second job, more so in my career path. But that is going super slow and is unneeded stress for me right now.