Number 2: Scott Disick Perhaps it is the way he slicks back his hair, the way he is able to coordinate his outfits, or maybe even the way he calls people doll that makes me strangely attracted to him, but do I really need a reason to love Scott Disick? I don't think so.
"I'm young, handsome, successful, wealthy. You could say I'm a role model - I'm the American dream!"
"I've got my son, a bird on my shoulder, and you look like a little troll."
This part one of a few posts based on things that I am strangely "obsessed" with.
Number 1: Hot Dogs! I don't know what it is about them but I love them! Maybe it has something to do with the fact that they remind me of summer, I don't know. All I know is that I could eat one everyday! I even ate one today...or maybe two. From these pictures below you can see I am becoming quite the hot dog connesiour.
The corn dog. The brother of the hot dog and equally as delicious.
The Danish version of a hot dog: a baguette with whole in the middle. It was one of the things I liked best about Copenhagen
The German version of a hot dog: a sausage with a baguette on the side. It was one of the best things I have ever eaten!
Lastly, an American hot dog at the best place to eat a hot dog in the world...a Ranger's game in the middle of summer!
So I got asked the question today
"Why do you want a job?"
To which I answered
"So I can get an apartment and move out of my parents house."
To which they replied
"Is that the only reason?"
My immediate reaction in my head was
"Is that not a good enough reason?"
This got me thinking. Why is it I want a job? I feel like if I can answer this question it may help in my career search, or maybe exploration is a better way to describe it than search.
This also got me thinking. What is the reason for me having a job? What is the reason for anyone having a job for that matter? If you are a Christian, than the ultimate purpose for your life is to glorify God and share Him with nonbelievers. So if that is the case why are only a handleful of Christians considered "full-time missionaries"? Shouldn't we all be full-time missionaries? The answer to the second question is easy...yes. Whether we live it out is one thing but the answer is yes. I think the answer to the first question is just as simple. We don't have to be missionaries to a far away land to reach people for Christ. We can do it all the time, in everyday situations and that will make us "full-time missionaries".
So the answer to my original question should be, "I want a job so I can glorify God and share Him with those around me." Like I said my answer SHOULD be, I need to work on making it what it is. I think I have lost sight of the responsibility I have as a Christian to bring others to Christ. I need to work on that this year.
Today at my internship I got to go help at a charity golf tournament and...I loved it! So now I am thinking I need to figure out a way to incorporate that into my future career. If I typed in "sit at golf tee and give men drinks" into CareerBuilder or Indeed do you think anything would come up?
The answer to that question is yes. My new future aspiration is to be a Cart Girl. I will be hanging the picture below on my bathroom mirror so everytime I look at it I can be reminded to not give up on my dream of becoming a cart girl.
But not to worry, my dream does not stop there. Eventually, with practice, I hope to become Cart Girl of the Month at Avid Golfer Magazine. Maybe the current Cart Girl can mentor me.
Do you think a masters degree is required or just preferred?
I just graduated from college, and I am still on the job search. Eventhough I got my degree in marketing, I'm not sure if that is exactly what I want to do right now. I think there are two reasons for this:
1) I'm tired of looking for a job in Marketing. 2) I want to work to live not live to work. 3) I want to be a vagabond in Europe. 4) I want to be a personal trainer. 5) I want to be a realtor. 6) I want to go on a long term mission trip. 7) I want to live in London...or Austin. 8) I want to be a receptionist. 9) I don't want a job...period.
Ok so maybe there are more than two reasons. I think I might take some career tests...probably a good idea.
I created this blog to document my life after college and to learn how to use blogs for career purposes. At this point in my life there have never been more uncertainties and I have never been more excited to discover what all God has in store for me. So this is my journey.