February 24, 2011


I was thinking the other day of all the hats I have worn, or titles that I have held since I was of working age (and a little younger).  It was kind of fun to reminisce because I like working and had a lot of fun jobs. Sometimes I think it would be fun to go back to those jobs for like a week.  Then come back to the best job in the world, being a SAHM.

Here are some of them:
  • House cleaner
  • Dog watcher
  • Card Seller
  • Salad tosser and salad bar cleaner (actually at this place I don't remember what my official title was)
  • Hostess
  • Food Server
  • Traffic Coordinator at a Marketing firm (not like vehicle traffic but incoming jobs, etc.)
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Freelance Graphic Designer
  • Graphic Designer at a design studio
  • Traffic Coordinator at a design studio
  • Training Coordinator for a WMD scanning company
  • Graphic Illustrator for a WMD scanning company
  • Teacher
  • Consultant
  • Then theres the Mom hat.  We all know what fits in there - everything else!
Someday I may get back into the working (outside the home) world and here is what I might do:  I would like to own a bakery (or some kind of dessert bar) with a coffee shop.  It must have a bookstore in it.  I think it would be fun to be an inspirational speaker as well as an author. I would also love to go to culinary school, not that that is a job but I think it would be SO fun! 

Now your day can be complete since you know a little bit more about me!
Just kidding~


1 comment:

  1. gluten free bakery!!! would do SO well!


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