Radha Singh

Radha C Singh is a student at the University of Southern California, currently working on completing her undergraduate studies in Pharmacy. Being a university student has taken up so much of Radha’s time that she hardly ever has any left to enjoy the things she used to do back in high school, foremost of which is swimming. This website is her attempt at living a normal life–that is, as normal as when she still had time for things other than school.

Of course, Radha is grateful for the opportunity to study at one of the most prestigious universities in the country. She knows that not everyone has the privilege to be where she is at the moment, and for that, she is truly grateful.

Since this is her personal website, posts that will be shared here will cover anything and everything—particularly, her life as a college student. Apart from San Diego, her hometown, and Los Angeles, California, her current location, Radha Singh likes NJ as well. As a matter of fact, she has visited New Jersey on numerous occasions, thanks to her roommate who was born and raised there. With that in mind, you can expect to read posts about San Diego, Los Angeles, and New Jersey right here on this site.

Apart from her current favorite local spots, Radha C Singh will also share with her readers her adventures in rock climbing, her love for hip hop music and hipster fashion, and football—especially topics about the San Diego Chargers. Don’t be surprised if you find posts here about the San Diego Padres as well because she loves them too!

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Image Source: sdentertainer.com

Radha is actually quite shy in person, and this website is her attempt at overcoming her shyness—or at least some of it. She knows that by the time she graduates, she will need all the courage she can muster to make it in the real world.

Since this is her first attempt at managing and running a website, she begs for the reader’s patience as she learns how to run it. She likewise welcomes suggestions about how to make this site more interesting. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to share them with Radha. You may reach her directly through this site for the time being. Her contact details for the site are still being finalized, but you can rest assured that once everything is up and running, you will be the first to know.

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Image Source: Travel-holiday.net

If there is anything you’d like to ask Radha Singh, whether it’s about NJ (her hometown), or her life in Los Angeles, you are encouraged to get in touch with her at your convenience. In the meantime, please feel free to browse through the rest of the website.

To learn more about her, please visit her About page.

Thank you for taking the time to visit this site. Radha will be posting more updates in the coming days, so please make sure to come back again real soon!

 


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Radha Singh on Pop-Up Restaurants: Why an Aspiring Restaurateur Should Try It

Radha Singh on Pop-Up Restaurants: Why an Aspiring Restaurateur Should Try It

For aspiring restaurateur Radha Singh, pop-up restaurants are the perfect venue to try their hand at managing a kitchen, serving customers, and practice their people skills. Here she shares her thoughts on why anyone who wishes to open a restaurant should seriously consider giving pop-ups a try.

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Pop-up restaurants are the best thing that could ever happen to an aspiring restaurateur, at least in my opinion. While not an entirely new concept in the US, pop-ups only gained traction in other parts of the world in the 2000s. There are three main components in a pop-up restaurant: location, menu and equipment. I think one of the things that restaurateurs and chefs truly appreciate about a pop-up is its temporary nature. You can open a pop-up for a couple of days, a week, or months; and by the end of its run, you will have gained plenty of experience and learned a lot of things about not only running a restaurant, but more importantly, serving customers.

With a pop-up restaurant, you can test your skills in managing finances, procuring supplies, fixing a menu, pricing, flow of operations from the kitchen to the tables, timing (from taking to orders to serving the food), and of course, your people skills. And since it’s only a temporary set-up, you can have a breather at the end of its run and take stock of everything you learned, using this as your guiding elements for planning, developing and designing your actual restaurant.

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I’ve been asking the help of my friends and family for a pop-up restaurant I hope to open soon. I will let you all know about it once the plans have been put in motion. I do hope I will get to serve you when the time comes!

For more updates from Radha C Singh, please stay tuned to this blog.