Kimchi fried rice, broccoli, and bulgogi… NOMMERZ.
In real time: this is me sitting in a bar alone to appear to be a loner, while catching a drunken oldman trying to peep at a butt and make a comment but couldn’t because I was looking at him…
Haven’t sipped on anything in a long while, but after a long week, I’m finally able to enjoy that @bobbyg_worldchamp brown bag special. Solid! #didntdrinkwithin48houts
Thursday: Manned the shop solo since the owner called out. Had to deal with the phone/walk-ins/his pre-booked appointments, ON TOP of my appointments! 10:30-7:30. Friday: Opened up at 9 to get the water heater installed and service booked appointments. Rocked solo until 1, while still managing the phone/walk-ins and my appointments. 9-7:40. Both days without a lunch-break. And I typically start at 11… Back at it again at 7:30 to take care of a client, since I’ve got a booked morning and he couldn’t do anything after 12. I don’t write this because as if I’m saying I’m the hardest working barber out there — I’m not. But I write this because this is what you do when you’re a fucking adult and take the initiative to get shit done RIGHT. Whether it’s barbering or any other profession, you need to get off of your ass and get shit done if you want to see progression and growth. Quit expecting handouts or anyone to help you — rarely do people help out to genuinely see you grow, but do it to either get recognition or to get rid of your presence because the sooner you get it - the sooner you’re out of their hair. There are too many people expecting shit to be done for them or expect to do the bare minimum but expect to see the biggest rewards. It doesn’t work that way. Here’s to everyone that works hard to earn it.