adjective  |  bliss·ful |  \ˈblis-fəl\

1. Extremely happy; full of joy
2. Full of, marked by, or causing complete happiness


noun  |  bar·tend·er  |  \ˈbär-ˌten-dər\

1. A person who serves drinks at a bar
2. A professional babysitter
3. A part-time psychologist

Now that we have covered the basics, lets get started.

Welcome friends, my name is Destini.

If you haven’t guessed already, I am a bartender. And being blissful is part of the greater goal.

As you may (or may not) know, working in the restaurant industry is… hard different.

We work while our guests are enjoying their meals. We are on our poor little feet all day. We work for tips, therefore checks are usually nonexistent. We tend to deal with “hangry” guests, who can be down right rude at times.  We work weekends and most holidays. Admit it, we live a different lifestyle than our 9 to 5 friends. But different isn’t necessarily bad!

And trust me, I know, that it can be a challenge at times. Especially if you are like me and are trying to balance a full or part time job while going to school. It can sometimes feel crazy.

From server to manager, I have worked many positions within the restaurant industry. And I will admit, I used to let the odd hours, unpredictable pay and frustrating guests dictate my life.

But not anymore.

This is my way of sharing how I juggle school and work, while also maintaining peace and happiness in my life.


I am here to show you how.

Expect resources tailored towards restaurant employees with a major emphasis on positivity and happiness. Because sometimes it can be hard to stay positive when your guest yells at you over some cold fries. It has happened.

So hit the subscribe button, and join a community of restauranteers (yeah, I just made that up), who also want to be healthy and happy while working in a restaurant.

Yours truly,