|The name's Harley Quinn!|
I'm so confused on what to do with myself.
I was thinking of getting a double bachelor in fashion merchandising and marketing, but then I realized the only job I'll be able to get is working as a cashier at Macy's or putting clothes back on the racks. That's not what I want to do with myself. I also know there is no way that I can move up to my desired job.
So I started to think that I'd just get a degree in business and one in marketing so I can run other peoples businesses for them (for example, my bf doesn't want to do the books or the numbers, he just wants to build stuff for other people) I would totes do that for someone! But how would I get into something like that?
But then I started to think, if I got my certificate in teaching I could work at high school and teach a business class! And teaching is definitely something that interests me a lot.
But there's also the thought that I learn how to run my own store and open a bridal boutique all my own! I've loved the idea of opening my own business since I was a kid (evolving from a restaurant to some kind of clothing store) and since fashion is my world, I'm sure I would enjoy myself.
I just feel so confused. I tried talking to Steven about it and he seemed a bit disappointed that I may be changing my major. He made the comment that I hate math and asked why I'd want to do the books for a business. I told him "I like practical math that I use, I enjoy budgets and what not. It's organized and makes sense to me. You may use your calculus 3 stuff but you do things that require that sort of math, I don't and have no interest in doing so. That kind of math isn't practical for me." He nodded and seemed to understand where I am coming from. I then mentioned that I could always get my teaching certificate and teach a big high school, his response? "Oh no, you'd be the super hot teacher! The poor boys!" -_- thank you hun, you're too kind haha
So at this time in my life I have no idea what to do with myself.
I doubt any of you read this, but if you did thank you! That was really kind of you