I (we) have decided that the "meeting Bruce and getting married within two weeks" is a story best left for May 18th - our eight year anniversary.
So, today I want your ideas, opinions and thoughts on something - however outrageous and outlandish they might be... (Perhaps knowing my audience I shouldn't encourage you TOO much.... but what the heck!!)
To set up the scenario:
You already know we have finally sold the house. And now we still have to decide which way we're headed. The options on the table include spending a few months in NZ to see and experience it together and then;
1) allowing a decision about moving there to come to us, and possibly shipping our belongings there
2) returning to the US and buying an RV and touring the country while doing odd jobs on the road - for however long it moves us to do so before settling down again.
3) moving on to Finland...
Any given day one or another of those options has both of our votes. But that's the fun of what we're doing. We are free to decide.
So - here is the question I am posing to you:
What kind of work could I do on the road if Bruce and I were to go with the RV scenario? And before you suggest I become a mobile (no pun intended) auto mechanic or a Mary Kay Representative, let me give you the basics...:
- I hate sales. I would become an auto mechanic first before considering sales
- I am good with people
- I LLOVE animals
- and nature
- I am not scared of public speaking - in fact, I enjoy it
- I have a BFA with a major in Interior Design, although I never did a day of paid design work
- I am an MSW and a Florida licensed clinical social worker and a hypnotherapist (I see I am opening myself up for a roadshow here....!)
- I like working with teens and kids in general
- I am not afraid of physical labor
- I love adventurous (maybe bordering on "a little dangerous"?) stuff
- I have some experience with horses, ropes courses, expressive arts, martial arts, kayaking...
- I am a trained Static Line Skydiving Instructor
- I get bored with monotony
- I am good at office work but would rather avoid it
- My Myers-Briggs type is INTJ - although I feel more like an INFP at times...
- I would consider getting some amount of training, if the idea was worth it. (I am kicking myself for not having attended massage school!!)
OK - it's your turn. What should I be when I