My Future Sketch

Monday, July 20, 2015


I felt inspired to write 'My Future Sketch' after reading this post.

I have been thinking about this for a while anyway.

In fact, I have always thought about it.
I am the type of person who's always looking to the future and trying to figure out what I want out of life.  I have always been ambitious so I have goals and expectations for myself and my life.


My future sketch always changes. When I was 14 my future sketch consisted of going to university.  Then I went to university at the age of 19 and my future sketch changed - it consisted of having a successful career and making good money.  Now I have one more year until I graduate.

So where do I see myself in 5/10/15/20/30/a gazillion years time?


I see myself working as a well paid Freelance Writer.  I love writing and I have a natural flair for it so I don't ever want to stop.  I want to (at least try) to make a living out of it, and I want to keep on writing for magazines and blogs on a regular basis, even if I have another job doing something else.  I want to attend events and take on opportunities, and I want my blog to go very far - the sky's the limit after all!


I hope to live in London.  London is my hometown - it's where I was born and raised - so I want to live there at some point. In terms of a home I don't care about living in a MacMansion, but I'd love to live in a townhouse or a nice apartment - nothing too fancy, but modest and pretty - in the suburbs (I grew up in one.)


I see myself visiting a lot of places in the world.  I'm interested in culture, humanities and seeing the world, so I'd love to visit as many places as possible in the UK and abroad.  I am a big believer in opening up your mind and broadening your horizons, so travelling is very important to me.


So there you have it, my future sketch - for now.

:)

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