I wouldn’t have a clue in the slightest. Is something fun a good answer? Honestly, I’ve never had a clear idea of what I want to be. I don’t want to lock myself in a box of aiming for something that might not even be what I think it is. I want to be lots of things, I want to keep evolving and growing and try different roles as I go. I don’t want to be one thing forever, I simply want to be always learning and always accepting of change.
The key things that drive me when choosing roles is that I want to help people, and also the environment. I studied Building Science so I tend to stick with construction based roles but then that’s not concrete either (sorry… pun intended…). Part of my studies was project management and I love that it’s something that can be applied to almost any situation you can think of.
I love the idea of owning a B&B that doubles as a wedding venue, something really pretty. I like the idea of working for myself, or at least from home at my own pace (especially with ME/CFS), although I think this was something that appealed even before I became ill.
So I guess there are a lot of things that I’d like from my “dream job” but not necessarily one specific job that it has to be.
Do you have an ultimate dream job? Tell me about it in the comments!
This post is Part 16 of 52 in the series – A Year of Growth.
The series is a celebration of the first anniversary of The Truth About M.E and is designed to help me grow through my illness throughout my second year of blogging. I look forward to having you along for the journey!