How did you know what you wanted to be when you grew up? I still don't know. I know it's not what I'm doing. I know I couldn't stay home full time as a mom either, and I think the kids like to get out of the house and go to school.
But I don't know what I want to do. I am sure every time Leo hears me say 'You know what I would like to do' he internally rolls his eyes. Because I've said it as many times as I've purchased weight loss stuff. Truth is I don't know what I want to do. I can tell you things that interest me, but not sure how and if they would translate into any sort of job or anything like that. And since there are so many things that interest me I can't just try something and if it doesn't work out move on to the next thing.
I actually do like providing good customer service, not really dealing with the public like at a customer service desk. But being a point person of sorts to help clients with problems, issues and project coordination. I think sometimes I would like to be wedding or event planner.
I like homemade cards, stationary and the photobooks. Pretty much the Heritage Makers thing. I think I would enjoy owning a stationary and cool gifts store.
And the list could go on. It's just getting from point A to B. And to be successful AND to allow me the time to spend with the kids and Leo. I guess I'm probably just asking too much.
the paradox of perspective
1 month ago