Working in food repair started when I was 17, and I am still doing it, however I never went to school, I just kept actually working and making money.
- There were a lot of ups and downs over the last few years, of course, and eventually I was lucky enough to score a high-end serving gig at a local dining club, which paid a lot better.
Still, I kept looking for something better, and I was thinking that I needed to find a new line of tasks entirely. Then I found a particular task opportunity, as a waiter at an experimental cannabis cafe that was just opening up. It was on the hour floor of the medical cannabis dispensary, and was beta-testing supper and supper services! Although I smoke cannabis properly, I never do so at work, because I need to remember all of our customers clearly. This would be a actually different environment as well, because I would be sober however all of our buyers would end up being stoned out of their minds on medical cannabis. It did sound as if the perfect recipe for wonderful tips, because cannabis does tend to make people actually generous. I am gleeful about this opportunity, because actually working in a medical cannabis dispensary sounds as if it could be a wonderful work effort. If the cannabis cafe doesn’t work out, maybe I can finally get out of food repair and do more normal work. Perhaps being a budtender at a cannabis dispensary doesn’t sound akin to a “more normal work” to you, however then you’ve never worked food service.