Own and run my own bakery / cafe.
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14-06-2015 09:12 #11
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14-06-2015 09:34 #12Senior Member
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Have a cafe by the beach, or a spa/wellness retreat in the bush
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14-06-2015 10:35 #13Senior Member
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A dressmaker - a proper fancy one.
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14-06-2015 10:44 #14
I saw my dream job advertised the other day. Unfortunately I'm not qualified or experienced enough. It was a Registered Nurse/Midwife in a rural Emergency Department.
14-06-2015 12:28 #15
I have a few. I'm not creative at all but I am really enjoying the process of designing our new kitchen, so a kitchen designer.
I like the idea of midwifery but without the medical stuff / bodily fluids. Basically I want to be there to share new parents euphoria but not see anything yuck lol.
I also absolutely love to cook but wouldn't want to do crazy chef hours M-F, 9-5pm chef would be ok!
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14-06-2015 12:53 #16
14-06-2015 13:07 #17
Party planner or CSI. Neither are realistic. Lol
14-06-2015 13:07 #18
I would love to have a small renovate-for-profit business. I love the idea of having my own projects and getting to do all aspects of it - planning, design, managing construction/trades, budgeting, selling - there's something very satisfying about stepping back at the end of it and seeing what you've achieved. We've done one renovation a few years ago and learnt a lot so I think this is actually achievable if we focused our energy on it.
I would also love to be a psychologist focusing on assessing, diagnosing and treating disorders in children including support for the families. I'm 3 subjects towards this goal lol!
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14-06-2015 13:29 #19
I have two
Start up a support network that offered support to people going through family court alone. Not a legal advice centre, but emotional support. Providing support to accompany people to court. It was the most one of the most scary experiences of my life going to family court. I had my DP, but I saw people there alone and they looked so scared and worried.
The other would be to work in social research, put my understanding of statistics to good use (as well as my nearly finished degree).
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14-06-2015 13:32 #20-
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I already have my dream job and i do further study in my feild for fun. I am really lucky
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