A few years ago, when I was starting my career as a bartender, I decided to find a job that was a good fit for me.
I looked for jobs in hotels, restaurants, and bars that would provide me with a flexible schedule, and I looked to work from home.
I was fortunate to find work at a bar in a remote part of Texas.
I quickly found myself spending more and more time with the barista, who I learned was a great friend.
My bartending days were winding down, and when I finally got a chance to go back to school, I was able to find another job.
After two years of working from home, I started my own restaurant.
I love my bartending job, but it is also one of the hardest jobs in my career to make it work.
The main reason is that I am the only female in my company, which is a very small company.
I had to take on the leadership role, so I had no say in the direction or structure of the company.
In order to keep my pay and benefits as close to the rest of the employees as possible, I had two managers, one who I could call my mom, and another who had to make the hiring decisions for me and the other managers.
It was a huge adjustment, and it made my work days more challenging.
But after a while, it all clicked.
I decided that I would love working at my bar, and that I wanted to be able to make more money.
And so I worked my way up from bartender to waitress.
Eventually, I got a position as a full-time bartender.
That’s when I started seeing how difficult it was to keep up with the fast pace of my bartenders.
After a few years of being the only bartender, my company was downsizing.
It’s been a long road, but I am now an accomplished barista.
I have a master’s degree in barista education and am actively looking for a job with a higher pay.
To see how other women are dealing with the challenges of finding a career, read my interview with Rachel G. on her blog.