College students: If you want to have a garden, you have to use some worms College Life

Hello everyone:

What in the world do worms have to do with college students? Well, my sister-in-law is a gardener and she has found that a good garden requires a good foundation. Her foundation is worms.

You are laying the foundation for the fulfillment of your dreams, whether you want to be a hotel owner, restaurant manager, or president. To that end, you have to lay the foundation of what you hope to become by making sure that you have the background needed to accomplish those dreams.

Maybe you don’t think that your communication class is necessary, but you will need to be able to communicate effectively with your employees. Maybe you think the math class is a waste of time, but you will need math to add up your assets and subtract your liabilities. Maybe you think your science class is not worth the bother, but you will need to know about carbs and fats if your restaurant is ever investigated for serving unhealthy food. What this means is you need to know about worms, the foundation of what you DO want.  Food, literally, for thought.


Dr. Sheri


Sheri Dean Parmelee has a Ph.D. in Communication Studies from Regent University. She writes books on practical tips for people who become unexpectedly unmarried and is working on her second novel in a series of contemporary romance/suspense novels. She teaches at three colleges, working with students from freshmen to graduate students. Her hobbies include running 8 miles a day and reading biographies and fiction.


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