Its Blogtober and I actually can NOT believe that I am writing again, even if it is just a small little post up on the blog. It feels good not to be too stunted and a little social. You know what I mean? The second topic for Blogtober is: What was your dream job when you were little and what is it now?
From what I can remember, when I was smaller, I was obsessed with dolphins and wanted to be a marine biologist. I loved the sea, the beach, and just the big, wide, open space. Freedom really. As I got older and noticed that school was my absolute hell, I suddenly realised that there was no chance in hell that I could be a marine biologist because maths and science? It wasnt going to happen.
After that, I didn’t know what I wanted to be and truthfully, I still have moments now, at 33 (internal scream), I still don’t know what I should be doing, where I should focus my attention and where I would thrive and be an asset to others. I love talking. I love social media and I love being interactive and around others, but more than that? No clue.
I know that I am great at administration and that’s why I have always thrived in my career where I am an Executive Personal Assistant or Office Manager, but I really don’t think that is where I should be spending the rest of my life. But it is what it is.
What did you want to be when you were little? And why do I have Eliza Doolittle’s song stuck in my head now?