My perfect job

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My perfect job

Postby leigh24 » Fri Oct 06, 2006 1:36 pm

My perfect job would allow me to go on an archaeological dig on Monday, write and design a cook book on Tuesday, work on a scientific wildlife research project on Wednesday, write my novel on Thursday and work in a child minding centre on Friday. And then the following week attend classes on geology, philosophy and psychology on Monday, write a magazine column on Tuesday, design my rainforest home on Wednesday, volunteer as a scout leader on Thursday and travel to exotic locations on Friday to take photos.

Know anyone who will pay me big dollars to do all that - mmmmm - would be nice.

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Postby Britta » Fri Oct 06, 2006 11:16 pm

Hi Leigh,

Can you maybe split it up and group it, so it can be two or three jobs or job plus nonpaid work?

It feels like it can be done, I just can't grab it right now.

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Postby cheeryquery » Mon Nov 06, 2006 9:18 pm

You could be a free lance writer and/or photographer -- submitting your work to a variety of newspapers and magazines or preparing a book with an underlying theme.
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Postby SusanH » Wed Nov 08, 2006 8:56 am

Leigh,
Reading your post this morning put a big smile of delight on my face. I definitely see a writing theme running through the two weeks you have laid out here. Your short descriptive paragraph of what you would like to be doing certainly has piqued my interest. I love reading novels and even non-fiction that is obviously written by a scanner.
Best to you,
Susan
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Postby inlinerch » Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:54 am

I have often said, \"If I was independently wealthy, the first thing I would do is go on an archaeological dig. I would be afraid to pursue this as a job because I would probably bail on it because I would have to leave so many other things behind that I love to do, but just for a small amount of time I think it would be the dream of a lifetime (contradiction, I know).

I think I have the perfect job for me because, I have so many different responsibilities and my bosses have figured out if I am not extremely busy, I get really bored and don't want to be there, so they keep my loaded up with a variety of tasks.

I have never wanted to be a manager or boss in the workplace because it is too energy consuming, and I would not be able to take off just any time I like, and I would be to tired to do the things I truly want to do with my time, the list is rather endless and some of those things I posted in the topic \"What Type Of Scanner are You\", just in case you are curious. :D
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my perfect job

Postby one pulled many ways » Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:20 pm

Hi I posted this already but I think the post itself got distracted. Has anybody checked out Earth Watch for working vacations doing digs or working with endangered species etc? Sue
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