Blogtober 2020 – Wannabe

Blogtober 2020 - Wannabe

Today is day 14 of Blogtober 2020 and the theme today is Wannabe.  After thinking long and hard I am going to go through the list of jobs I used to think sounded great and wanted to do when growing up.

Air Stewardess

aerial photography of plane flying
Photo by Aaron Barnaby on Unsplash

I always thought that being an air stewardess, sounded like such a glamorous job.  You got to fly to countries across the world, and always looked happy.  I soon changed my mind when I realised it was not quite as glamorous as it sounded.

Hair Dresser

woman holding hair dryer
Photo by Adam Winger on Unsplash

I used to love experimenting with hairstyles and used to love going to the hairdressers.  My mums hairdresser talked to me about the long hours, the training and ongoing training and everything else that went with it.  I quickly changed my mind.


assorted-title of books piled in the shelves
Photo by Iñaki del Olmo on Unsplash

I did love reading, but the reason I wanted to be a librarian was so I could use their stamp that they used to stamp the inside of the books with.

Post Office Counter

pile of printing papers
Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Again this was to do with the stamps they used and also the little rubber finger cover when counting things.

What I actually did

I left school to work as admin in an employment agency for 3 years.  Which I left to work for a building society for 13 years where I got to use stamps, so I suppose I did do what I wanted to do when growing up.  I left and took some time out before working in a housing trust.

What job did you want to do when growing up? Did you end up doing this or something totally different?

Blogtober 2020 - Wannabe



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  1. I always wanted to be a librarian but it’s something that I never ended up pursuing. I like this list. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Great list! I never thought that people might actually want to become post office counters. I wanted to be a writer from an early age on, but my parents told me that wouldn’t earn me a living.

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