I present to you my How to be a Good Customer Part IV: Bartender Edition!
We all have problems. We all have baggage. We all have complaints, grievances, problems, and arguments. We have all have pain and haunted pasts of some degree. I can’t remember the last time I went to work, class, Wal-Mart, or out to eat where I didn’t have something going on in my mind that bothered […]
The best advice I have ever received in regards to writing was to write what you love. If a person is forced to write about something for which he or she has no love, the words will be empty vessels written out of spite.
Each game was a different form of incredible art that allowed me to exit the real world and integrate myself into the lives of these pixelated characters. Video games were not only an escape, but a form of entertainment that allowed me to be active in its story, rather than a viewer.
Next time, put yourself in the shoes of the server and ask yourself whether you want to be fined, penalized, or docked pay because of a mistake at your job. I guarantee you that you’ll be surprised at your answer.
I’m going to try and bring my blog back to full force. I’m currently entering into the journalism parts of my Communications major, and I figured this blog would be a strong point to start writing again. Starting off the revival of the blog will be a new entry under Tales of the Server. I […]
Some of these might be a little more elaborate than others but here it is! I present to you my “How to Be a Good Customer Part II”! Your server serves the food and doesn’t cook it… As stated in part one, the cooks in the kitchen prepare your food as specified by company recipes, […]