7 Life Lessons I Learned From Working in a Bakery

I read this post by one of my favorite bloggers this morning, and just knew I had to share it! I hope you enjoy it as well! Be sure to pop over and read her wonderful blog.

My sophomore and junior years of college, I worked in a bakery on campus with one of the chefs from our Nutrition and Dietetics Department, Chef Todd. Throughout those 2 years, I learned a lot about baking. But I also learned a little bit about life too. Here are some of the valuable life lessons I learned from working in a bakery.

1. It’s Ok To Make Mistakes

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I walked into my first day of work at the bakery hardly having baked a thing in my life, and certainly never baking for so many people at once. Needless to say, I made some mistakes here and there. Chef Todd was always so patient with me, and never once did he get mad at me. There was one time that we had worked all morning on one tray of pastries. And in the afternoon, when…

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3 thoughts on “7 Life Lessons I Learned From Working in a Bakery

  1. I like “the devil is in the details” and “good things take time.” My husband was trained in culinary during his first term in the military and during our shop tenure, I was reminded of these two rules time and time again.

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