Growing up, I've run the gamut on things I "wanted to be." I went through the whole inconceivable job choice phase, like superhero who could fly and was indestructible. Then there were the technically humanly possible but still very unlikely options like fighter jet pilot or ninja. The age and wisdom that came from college snort made me desirous of being a world-renowned cardiothoracic surgeon or jet-set book editor living it up in Manhattan. And reality hit sometime shortly after college and I made the correlation between what I want to do and what I have the skills to do (funny they never teach you that in school ...)
Granted I've been working in the "real world" for years now, but every once in a while I'd like to wonder what I could do (you know, realistically as if job was the only consideration) if I decided one day to change my path. And the current "want to be" for this city-grown gal? Innkeeper.
The "idea of it" sounds pretty sweet in my mind - buy a big ole lakefront Victorian in some idyllic small town and bake yummy treats all day and tend to my garden while I take care of no more than four-five guests at a time. I think I could technically do it - aside from the whole not being able to afford a big fancy Victorian and probably not being able to make enough money hosting that few people at a time ... and about a million other things.
I'll probably think of something else next week.
Being pseudo-realistic in today's most random of topics - if you suddenly wanted a total career change, what would you want to do?
Jacket: Old Navy tie-waist (worn here - same in camo, as vest, sim)
Top: Boden bow front (sim solid, floral)
Jeans: Gap (sim, sim)
Necklace: Elizajay Charm (worn here - sim, sim, bracelet)
Bracelets: C.Wonder (sim), Sage K and Co (the original, sim), Betsey Johnson
Rings: F21 square set & beetle (sim)
Shoes: Michael Kors hamilton (worn here - sim, simpler, peep)
Clutch: Moschino (sim, sim, black, satchel)