Tagged with employment

Resume 101

Even though here at latteissues we have become experts at using food to help us with our problems, we have also learned quite a bit about practical real life ways to deal with underemployment. This includes things like writing effective cover letters, learning how to market oneself, and practicing good interview skills. But sometimes even … Continue reading

GOOD NEWS

Aaaaaaaaaaand now we have jobs! That’s right folks, you read that correctly: Taylor and I are now (under)employed and on our way to becoming fully functioning adults! We both got jobs working retail for the same company even though we’re 2,000 miles apart. Now our love for food AND clothing will keep us together FOREVER … Continue reading

Sweet Potato & Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sweet Potato & Chocolate Chip Cookies

I could write an entire post solely about my love for sweet potatos. During senior year, you could often find my roommate and I in the kitchen at midnight making potato wedges (her specialty) and sweet potato fries (my specialty). Because potatoes are a normal midnight snack for college kids right? This time I decided … Continue reading

The Capitol

The Capitol

Living the unemployed life can sometimes cause you to feel a little lost. If you are so lost that even Caroline’s suggestions cannot help you, then I would recommend taking a trip! After being home for months and not venturing out into the world, taking a trip can be a bit intimidating but well worth the effort. Visit that … Continue reading

Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions

Interview today, wish me luck! Here is one of my favorite breakfasts to get the morning off to a good start… Honey Granola Ingredients 2 cups rolled oats (gluten free or regular) 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/2 golden raisins (or craisins) 1/3 cup slivered or chopped almonds 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 1/4 … Continue reading

Just One, Please

Just One, Please

It can be difficult moving back home after college. You’re no longer constantly surrounded  by friends, roommates, and if you went to school in the city like me, homeless men. Sure, you hang out with your friends a few times a week, but mostly you spend your time sending out cover letter after cover letter … Continue reading