Last two weeks—am I right?—I just thought I would write at least 1 post per three days and suddenly things had been different and I had many things to do, some of them were my procrastinated jobs. Phew!
Since I’m talking about job, it won’t hurt to talk about my dream job, won’t it?
Everyone has a dream job. I do to. Before I talk further about my dream job, I want to write about my dream job in the past. When I was a kid, I really wanted to be a scientist, or whatever you call it, who explores woods, desert, sea, mountain, and everything in a safari suit. It seemed I was a nature and outdoor lover. Yes, I was. Where did I get the idea of that job? I think it was from National Geographic shows. I wouldn’t miss a chance to watch it. Wild horses couldn’t drag me away from it. Everything can wait. It amazes me to no end to see how big, powerful, unique, and magical our nature is. So, I wished I could be one of the scientist I watched in my TV someday.
But as I grew up, I realized it can’t be my dream anymore. It seemed impossible for me to be a scientist. I don’t have what it takes to be one of them. Hehehe.
Now, I have a job. A fine job that should be a well paid job, but unfortunately not in the company where I’ve been worked for 7 years. Lol. Looking at how long I’ve worked here, you might think that I’m in my thirties now. Actually, I’m still in my twenties!! I still have 5 years to go to reach 30.
However, I like my job and enjoy it. These feelings are immaterial things that can’t be compared with money (It’s a lieeeeeeeeeee….) Hehehe. But as much as I like my current job, it is not my dream job. A dream job is a job where you drool over it. I’m not drooling over my job. So, it’s not…
My current dream job is becoming a TV host who travels around the world to review some extraordinary places, adventurous park, and great food. What do you call it? I need a shorter term for my dream job. 😀
In Indonesia, some of them who are lucky enough to have this job are Dorce and Riyanni Djangkaru. They go to wonderful places—for free of course!—they just talk in front of camera about how amazing the place they’re at, play around, enjoy the view, eat this and that, and the best of all is… they get paid. Damn! If I were them, I really didn’t mind eating veggies in my culinary journey, sun bathing, and everything. *cough*
I always think that this is everyone’s dream job—how could it not be after all? But people are unique. None of us will have the same preference.
Hmm… I just reviewed my post and then I realize that both of my dream jobs merely are about traveling. What’s the point of differentiating my dream jobs? Pardon me for this confusing post. I’m somewhat confused as well about what I’ve wrote.