Graduation has come and gone. I miss my classmates. I actually miss going to class every weekend. I was pleased with our Grand Buffet (final project), even though I was too nervous to eat. Then came my internship. I had a wonderful experience at Good Housekeeping's Test Kitchen. I learned many invaluable things, and I hope to one day make that my career.
Things have calmed down quite a bit. I haven't had as much luck in the job market as I thought I would. I was mistaken in thinking that having a culinary degree magically gets your foot in the door. Oh well... I have enrolled in the local community college, in the meantime, to finish my Journalism degree. It's actually going really well. I guess all it took was a major life crisis to kick my butt into taking school seriously. I wrote an article for the school newspaper which will be published this month. I'm electing to take Honors courses. I guess you can say things are going pretty well.
My social life, on the other hand, is not so well. Rather, nonexistent. I know that the choices I have made this last year were absolutely the best. Ugh, enough of this self-pity party. It's not like I'm taking the initiative to make friends here.
As far as continuing to grow in the culinary world, I have been doing a home-study to become a Personal Chef. Please feel free to check out my website. In addition to home cooking, I offer recreational cooking classes perfect for bridal showers and dates, and I am available to cater small dinner parties. ==> Sarah's Home Cooking