Wednesday, 8 October 2014


Hey there!

Back again with yet another 30 Day Challenge post - hopefully this time my determination to upload will mean that I will NOT get behind! 


Day 02 - Where You'd Like to be in 10 years

For me this is a tough one - I'm not the kind of person who has a set career path or a plan for the future. Nor am I the person who has organised every tiny detail to get myself there. Making choices has always been difficult for me, so you can imagine how tough GCSE and A level options were! At the age of 14 I was still living my childhood: learning how to cope with puberty, exploring different friendship groups and generally trying to understand how life works when you grow up! I was nowhere near prepared for these life changing decisions. What I was unaware of back then was that: life is full of changes, no decision has a dead end. If you follow a route you're not happy with, take a different path and start a new adventure!

I'm constantly changing my mind and perception of life, so it's difficult to say exactly where I'd like to be in 10 years. I'd love to have worked my way into a high-end job, that pays huge sums of money for holidays abroad to fulfill my travelling dreams, living in a fancy house with a balcony, overlooking an exquisite view, married to my dream husband - the equivalent of Ryan Gosling and own a flashy, sports car - but that's all a bit cliche!

In a more realistic life, I feel I have the potential to find myself a decent job - where that is, I have yet to discover. I'd love to be able to blog for a living, but I think this is definitely more of a hobby. A job in finance sounds fancy, don't you think? Who knows, perhaps that's the route I'll take. As for my Ryan Gosling husband, maybe I've set my standards too high and I'm just being hopeful. I would like to think that by the age of 27, I'd have settled down with a lovely, looking man to spend the rest of my life with!

Bye for now! Xxx


  1. Lovely post! I have a tough time answering this type of question, too. :)

    1. I really enjoyed writing about it though, despite it being a tricky one and I'm glad you enjoyed it too! xx