Do you remember when I told you that there is not enough time to get bored? Today I will talk about… let’s call it the administrative part of being away from home to university! What does that mean more exactly? Well if you thought about cooking, doing laundry or ironing, you got it right!
First of all: cooking!
I know you might think that it is unnecessary to learn how to prepare something to eat all by yourself since here at BHMS you have it covered by the university. Yet, it is nice from time to time, just to relax in your room with two or three colleagues and enjoy your meal while starring out of the window because it is still sunny outside! 😉 So, even though, for some it might seem difficult to cook, let me assure you that everybody knows how to do the basics such as: a fried egg, or French fries, or a salad. Besides, when you cook, you mostly need patience and everything will sort out to be just fine!
Now, what my roommate and I tried to do turned out to be delicious and it wasn’t that hard to do either! One day, we prepared French fries with eggs and cheese with tomatoes. Trust me when I tell you that it is the best dish you could ever have for lunch or any other time of day!
The next time, we thought of challenging ourselves a little bit and we considered having mashed potatoes with schnitzel. Guess what?! This time it tasted good also and we were delighted of our work!
As far as laundry is concerned that is actually not such a big of a deal. All that matters is to sort the clothes by the color and put them inside the washing machine and wait for it to finish. That’s easy, right?
When it comes to ironing, though, the situation changes a little bit or at least it changed for me. When I had to iron my school shirts I found it horribly because they looked like they were ran over by a truck. But now I know better so let me give you a tip, after you washed your shirts, let them dry on a coat hanger so it will be easier for you while ironing!
That’s all for now, talk soon,