Afternoon tea by the seaside.
Going into my second year of university this September has left me wondering about what I'll do once I trot off with my degree. If I'm honest, I love what I do now: writing columns, working for itcher - it's pretty much the perfect set up. But I know that if I'm going to be living in a swish studio apartment and be someone who has 'coffee table' books, then I know 9-5 is the most likely option.
As long I'm being creative in my job I won't really mind what I do. I don't like the thought of doing something so boring it just starts killing off my brain cells one by one, and I really don't want a job where I'm not constantly bettering myself on a day to day basis.
When I think of post-graduate Kerry I think of a few things: I think of afternoon tea, I think of spa breaks, gym classes, writing, excitement about work, a walk in wardrobe and my first pair of Louboutins.
I have a craving for that kind of lifestyle - the lifestyle where you pack up and head to Florence for a long weekend, the one where you pop to the Chanel counter after work and treat yourself to a new lipstick. It sounds superficial I know, but all these things are just the backdrop of what I hope to be a very happy working life.
Have any of you guys figured out what you want to do after your studies?