The last thing you want to do is eat Ramen noodles five times a week and bum off of your freshman friend’s guest passes for the dinning hall, but if you don’t have a job then these are probably your weekly struggles.
Nothing is more frustrating than regretting spending $15 on a meal, and all of your working friends are spending 100 dollars on the local Facebook clothing exchange.
If you are part of the college population that barley has enough money to buy a cookout tray then you will be able to relate to these stages of not having a job in college.
“But drinks aren’t two-for-one.”
“I promise I have no idea where that $300 went!”
“Can you please spare me a Landrum guest pass?”
“Call me the next Bill Gates.”
Michelle is a junior and is majoring in Fashion Merchandising and Journalism and is the Reflector’s Editor in Chief. She is a normal college student who has mastered the art of making ramen taste like gourmet and baking a five-minute brownie within three minutes. On any given weekend you can find her in downtown Savannah living out the dream that she is Carrie Bradshaw and lives by the quote “I like my money where I can see it: hanging in my closet.” She loves social media so don’t be alarmed if you get a notification that she liked a picture from 78 weeks ago. Check her out on Twitter @michelle_pratt1.