Tuesday, May 13, 2008

I don't know what I want to be when I grow up!!!

I rant to myself pretty regularly about this, because I don't love my job. It's not my job's fault though, I just got a generic degree in business and now I don't know what to do with myself. I couldn't have just stuck with what I had wanted to do since I was crawling around pooping myself (nursing). Nope, the classes didn't *challenge* me. So here I am. I could be making a lot more money, with better benefits, better hours... nope... wasn't challenged.

So, like many others, I come up with a different thing every week that I may want to do when I grow up. I don't have anything in particular standing out at the moment, but here's a list of things I've thought about. Please add to it.

- Social worker
- Vet (really I just want to learn to spay/neuter so I can justify having a cat refuge)
- CAD drawer
- Nurse
- Physical Therapist
- Professional gift buyer (hubby's idea)
- Shopping therapist (specializing in retail therapy! this is my favorite!)
- General manager of a retail store (note that there is no possibility of moving up, no shift or assistant manager, straight to the top)
- Estetition
- White Gayle King
- Dog groomer (but just so I can volunteer my time at the humane society making the critters prettier so people will take them home)

I just don't think any of these would be that hard, I just chose wrong at 18!

1 equal yet different opinions:

Knitty Geek said...

How about Landscape Architect? You could do the CAD thing, plus be outside and love all up on some trees and things. Plus, being outside, you'd have lots of opportunities to rescue more stray animals that way, too.