Hello everyone, I’m Ryan: Kisstern and social media junkie. Let me tell you something about myself. I spend way too much time on YouTube. Do you know what that site has an absolute LOAD of?
Because of this, I have developed a near-obsession with finding the newest of new artists, along with listening to some of the veteran Tubers you may not have heard of. That is what I’ll be writing about here, enjoy!
What's up Kiss listeners?! I'm Brandi one of the infamous Kissterns. I absolutely love all things music and hope one day my voice will be on the radio. Until then I'll be working on this blog to give you some advice for your internships in the future!
Hello my fellow people! I’m Mindy: Kisstern/student by day, superhero by night. Let me tell you a little about myself, I’m ridiculous; I believe everything looks better with a mustache, social media is a way of life and I like music…a lot. Oh, and cupcakes!
So, being a college student I feel like my money is always gone, ya know what I mean? Whether it’s buying food, coffee, text books (etc.)… it’s all gone. Well I wanted to offer you guys some advice on how to save some money (that you can put to good use on say that new JT cd next month!)
Food- buying food on campus can get very pricy. Instead of getting food there, try making your own lunch. If you’re not a morning person, like me, you can even make it the night before and have it ready for the morning. The cost of all the ingredients for your homemade lunch will most likely be a fraction of the cost you would spend buying food. If you would rather not do that I offer you option 2: Go somewhere off campus. It’s that easy.
Coffee/Beverages- So, you bought a venti-double-mocha- bean latte for $6, how do you feel about that? Don’t get me wrong I love my coffee and tea, but feel guilty spending this much on a drink. But if you have a travel mug, use it! You can pretty much put anything you want in it, and most places will fill it for a discounted price! How cool is that? And you’re helping the environment too. You rock.
Textbooks- They’re so overpriced, we all know that. But there are ways of working with that. Try searching online, there’s a good chance there is someone who wants to get rid of that math book as much as you need it. Or you could try renting them, the renting system is great, it’s like buying it (for half the price) but you return it at the end of the semester. With all the new technology most books are offered in electronic format too, how awesome is that. You won’t have to break your back with carrying heavy text books. And with the money you’d save it gives you an excuse to go buy that tablet you’ve been eyeing up.
Well, I hope this can help some of you, or you might think this chick is crazy who gave her a blog? It is what it is :]
For my first post I figured it would be best to go back to one of the first music channels I ever watched. It’s a previously small channel that now has close to one million subscribers. Two sisters had an idea and a pair of angelic voices that they decided to share with the world. Now Megan and Liz are finally starting to get the attention they deserve. In fact, if you went to Kissmas Bash this year you got to see and hear them live (and I am very jealous of you).
I had watched countless videos with the girls sitting in front of a camera singing whatever song they liked, and many times they had given me chills, but then they released this video and I think I must have watched it ten times before clicking anywhere else on my computer.
Out of all the current interns I’ve been here the longest and thought I’d share some intern tips and knowledge that I’ve picked up along the way that no one should be without! Every week I’ll post a tip that will be sure to put you ahead of the pack!