10 Things You Should Know About Chipotle

Told by a Chipotle employee

Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinions are my own. This is NOT sponsored by Chipotle Mexican Grill.


  1. Yes, we know you know guac is extra.

You’ve been told guacamole is extra more times than you can remember, and I apologize because I know how tiresome it can be. Trust me, I don’t like repeating it either. They’ve even made T-shirts about it. Some people just don’t know, and we don’t want to catch people off guard. We also really want to make sure that customers are satisfied with their purchase.

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Deals of the Week: 8/2-8/8

Here I will be posting deals and coupons for stores i think will be useful in highschool/college. check back every sunday!



  • 30% Off Any single New Arrival Item (Online Only)
    • Online Code: THIRTY
    • ENDS 8/5
  • 30% Off Any Single Item from The New Collection
    • ENDS 8/5
  • Free Selfie Stick with $50+ Purchase

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Dorm Shopping

Here’s to all the countless hours on Pinterest, the endless Google searches, and window shopping- Drumroll, please!


There are so many checklists and “Dorm Essentials” out there that shopping for your dorm can be a bit overwhelming. Well, do not fear! I drew upon numerous sources and my own experiences to make a list of tips that will hopefully help you through this process.

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Tips from a High School Graduate

Wow, I can’t believe it’s already been two months since I’ve graduated high school! Looking back, I would definitely say that I have learned a lot about myself and made some great memories. You’ve left the awkward years of middle school behind and you’re ready to find your niche and grow up! Sure, you have more responsibilities, more pressure from parents, teachers, and your peers and it can be overwhelming at times. But it’s also a time to find yourself, make new friends, take chances, have fun, and maybe even get your first kiss! (I for one have done everything except for the latter). I originally made a list of tips for my sister (she’s about to become a freshman), and I’d love to share it with all of you!

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