Friday, 24 April 2015

What are your future plans?

I don't know about you but I really do not like these sort of questions. When it comes to career's and aspirations I've always been a bit unsure of what I wanted to do and honestly I have pretty much gone with the 'flow' in life and I just usually see where life takes me. Being 22 and not fully knowing what I still want to end up doing as a career may seem a bit strange to any one who is reading this but for me I have never been a 'plan ahead' kind of person. I've gone from jobs working in child care, to studying music in college, to working in a bakery shop. For me I love to be open to lots of different options when it comes to jobs, I like trying new things and I like to see what I do better at and to see what I'm more interested in. I know some times it doesn't look great if you have many different jobs but it's not like I stay there for a couple months and then jump to another one, I stay there for a good amount of time.
 Of course I have so many hobbies and eventually I would love to end up doing something In media, I've recently narrowed that down and realise that media is something I've always been interested in and it's defintely something I would like to look into more. Sometimes I do wish that I had one particular thing that I would like to do because it would be so much easier to chase that dream but for me there's so many things that I would like to have a go at and that I can never decide on just one thing. But then again maybe life is more interesting if you just see where life takes you. Maybe I'll end up doing something that I would never have expected myself to end up doing?
I think I'm such a 'free' type of person and I try not to get stressed about career plans and things like that. Of course I'm not just going to settle for anything, I'll try my best to make sure that I end up doing something that I'm passionate about and that I love. One of the main things that I reply with when someone asks me what my future plans are is going travelling. I can say right now that's always been something I've focussed on and that's something that I would love to continue doing because for me this world is too big to stay in one place all the time. I love exploring and adventuring out into different places and If I ended up in a job that involved travelling I'd be incredibly happy. So If you haven't figured out what you want to do in life just yet, don't worry! You have plenty of time to figure that out.
Are you the type of person that knows what they want to do? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear (:


  1. I love this heartfelt and honest post! I've found that, actually, the best approach is to be open :) I've spoken to so many people who seem to have just 'fallen' into their career. In my opinion, why restrict yourself to one path? :)

    Style Sunrise ☀


    1. Thank you! I respect that a lot of people do have that one career they want to chase! But for me personally there's so many things out there (:

  2. I feel exactly the same way as you. I'm about to graduate uni, and I still don't have a clue as to what I want to do, but I don't mind as I am sure I will gain more of a direction by travelling and working in different jobs!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

    1. aw! What have you been studying at Uni? I'm sure you'll find something you'd like to do (:

  3. i loved this post<3

  4. it's only since i started blogging that i realised what i wanted to do! now i work in marketing and PR, when i started off in a law degree and then switched to journalism

    from helen at

  5. I love this, I know exactly what you mean- I'm studying creative writing at university but I don't know where I'm going either. High five to all those floating along hoping for something great!
    we rise & we fall | Poppy

  6. awesome post! really nice one :)


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