Happy Monday! I spent this weekend attempting to explore a little bit of Columbus. Having gone to undergrad only 25 minutes north of Columbus I feel fortunate in the fact that I am relatively familiar with the area (especially all of the highways) and have some friends and my boyfriend who live nearby. I have never lived in Columbus however, which is a totally different and wonderful experience so far.
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Orientation these past few weeks can be best represented by my first night of work at a local restaurant. Being a grad student comes with a lot of great aspects- unfortunately money is not one of them. To help out with expenses, I took a job as a hostess. I was excited for the job, and had a little restaurant experience. Steve, my boss, told me to come at 5 to train on what he thought would be a slow night. I was supposed to just shadow him for a few hours to learn the system.
Welcome to my blog everyone. This is new to me, but I assure you, I have received the proper training. My name is Nick Fischer. Yes, kind of like the business school. Except my name has a C in it. Please don't forget it. Some of you know me. Some of you don't. Consider yourselves lucky. I ramble. I also talk fast. Be thankful you can read this at your own pace. I have more to do than time to do it. Welcome to The Max M. Fisher College of Business. I like food. Expect a lot of restaurant feedback.
This past weekend was my last free weekend before classes start and to mark the day I decided to enjoy a bit of O-H-I-O by visiting a corn maze and by picking apples at Lynd Fruit Farm in Pataskala, OH. My husband and our little brother and little sister from Big Brothers Big Sisters also joined me in this countryside adventure.