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What is it like to really be a chef in a professional kitchen or even a bakery owner . What do you do daily ? Do you really enjoy what it is that your doing ? Have you ever had any regrets about choosing that career ? Did you ever worry that you would not make enough financial in choosing this career ? Does your job effect your lifestyle or relationship? I would love some insight !
Kort R. Jan 26
I have a great spending problem. Everytime that I do save up $200 bucks or even more somehow I end up having to use that money for school , books for class or my friend needs financial help or it's just personal things I need to buy. I also have a phone bill to pay because I am currently living at home while I go to college . In the end I feel like I always up not having enough at the end of day . Is there a way I can save more money. I'm trying to save for a car and possibly move by next fall 2019. I don't know what to do or where to start . A budget plan or even some advice would be greatly appreciated . Thanks 😄
Kort R. Jan 25
My question is how do I decide between two of my career interest. I am going to college now for cooking and I truly enjoy it so much . But on the other hand I also have another interest which is Psychology. My friends all come to me for nutrition advice , cooking advice , or life/relationship advice . I enjoy when my friends come to me with questions about food or life I light up because I'm excited to share my food knowledge and life experiences. For the few weeks I've been stuck between a rock and a hard place. Culinary is my thing . I can talk about food , nutritional facts , recipes and create weird recipes all day . My college offers 4 year degree for culianry but I'll have to learn about specialized diets and I always thought of cooking to be fun and without limits . So should I consider the 4 year for my bachelor's in Culinary Arts and Dietary Management?
Kort R. Jan 23