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Summer Jobs for Students

  Summer is here and there is money to be made especially if you are a college student! I’ve spoken with many students who are taking advantage of their summer break by working extra hours since they are either not taking classes or not taking as many. Are you a college student who is looking to make some extra money? If so, keep reading for a few helpful tips! Figure 1: This is a thumbnail for my YouTube video on Summer Jobs for Students where I am smiling next to money emojis.   The first thing I always recommend is using your campuses’ hiring platform. Many campuses have a special platform that they use to post student jobs that are available on campus. You can also take a stop by the place that you would like to work and ask if they are hiring and how you can apply. Career Services is another great place on campus with leads on available jobs. In undergrad, I worked at a store on campus that served hot and cold foods. I actually was hired during the summer at an on campus-hiring

Adult Daily Living Skills: Using the George Foreman Grill

 

Did you enjoy your Memorial Day weekend? Holiday weekends call for barbecue and other good food. This time I decided to break out my George Foreman Grill since I was not going to attempt to light up the community grill. As I was preparing my hotdogs, it made me think about how the Foreman is a great tool to make cooking your favorite foods easier and healthier. It is also very affordable as I remember paying around $10 to purchase one!




Figure 1: This is a YouTube thumbnail of my video on Adult Daily Living Skills: Using the Foreman Grill

 

When cooking on your Foreman be sure to lightly spray it with cooking spray so that your item does not stick. Next turn on the grill by plugging it in and closing it. Once the light turns on then it is ready to use. You also want to clear the counter so that you have enough room while your food is cooking. Also, be sure to attach the grease catcher since any grease from your food will drop off making your dish much healthier.


Figure 2: This is a photo of the hotdog that I cooked using my George Foreman Grill


 Then split your hotdog with a butter knife vertically before placing it on the grill. Be careful not to touch your hand on the actual grill. Stay close by as the hotdog will cook pretty quickly. Once it’s done  dress it to your liking. I prefer relish, onions, and mustard! Do you have a Foreman Grill? If so, what do you typically cook on it? Drop down in the comments and let me know! Check out my video below to see how I use the Forman Grill. Don’t forget to subscribe!


Figure 3: This is a photo of me eating my hotdog


 

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