Friday, April 30, 2010

Switching Gears

This week marks my first week at beauty school. I am now enrolled in a 17-week program to get my esthetician's license. So far I have learned about microorganisms, good bacteria versus bad bacteria and that bar soap manifests bacteria because bacteria loves living in warm, dark and damp environments. I have since switched to using liquid soap. We have even already shadowed other student estheticians giving treatments (facials and waxing) on real clients.

I think the hardest part of going back to school so far is adjusting to the grueling schedule: Tuesday thru Saturday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Add in four shifts of working behind the bar a week and I've got myself a loaded schedule.

So don't be surprised if some of my upcoming entries in the blog are esthetically focused instead of bar related. I'm learning so many new things, I want to share the new knowledge. I'm also starting to really get excited about my new career. Now that I am in school, becoming an esthetician is quickly becoming a reality to me.


Bartender Cabbie said...

You are a talented writer and should maybe try a career in journalism.

Cielo Gold said...

I considered being a writer/journalist professionally until I realized that its really difficult to make a decent living at it. Besides keeping my writing as a hobby helps keep it fun for me. I'm sure my excitement and passion is reflected through whatever I write.

Thanks for reading my blog!!

Dipp said...

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