Moving on to my second week in the blogging world with day 8: If you could have any job in the World, what would it be?
When I was younger, I wanted to be a vet. I feel like that is what most kids want to be when they grow up so it’s not that surprising. I decided I didn’t want to do that when I worked at my local vets for a week for work experience when I was at school. It really opened my eyes. After that, I thought I wanted to be a lawyer, because it looked cool on TV. Then I realised it involves a lot of talking in front of other people, which is something I hate. I also cry when someone argues with me so that really wouldn’t have worked.
This is such a difficult question.
A few options spring to mind. I don’t know much about being a food critic but it seems like quite a good deal. As far as I know, you get paid to go to restaurants and eat. That sounds pretty good, right?
Maybe even being a taste tester for new sweets and chocolates. That would be a great job for me because I have a massive sweet tooth. I would much rather have something sweet over anything savoury any day of the week. I hear that Ben and Jerry’s (and probably every other ice cream company, come to think of it) have got people who test out all the new flavours of ice cream that they come up with and mix loads of random things together to make their own flavours. Perfect job right there.
How often do you go to the Chinese and get a fortune cookie with your order? I always open them and read it out loud to anyone nearby. That would be such a cool job to have, writing the fortune cookie. I don’t know if they have any rules about what you can write, but I think it would be so much fun if you could write whatever you want.
I would absolutely love to be famous. But unfortunately I cannot sing, dance, act or anything else so I feel like that isn’t going to happen.
Realistically, if I could have any job in the World, I think I would like to be a reviewer. Is that what they’re called? I love seeing movies, watching TV and reading books. It would be perfect for me to incorporate this in to a job. If I was a reviewer, then I could. Once I get better at the writing side of things, I may look in to this. Maybe I should become a YouTube reviewer? I find it much easier saying my thoughts, rather than getting them down in writing.