Who Would You Be

We’re given a label, an image embedded description of our lives laid on paper or vocalised through a profession.

Who would you be if the world didn’t give you a box to tick? or criteria to meet. If there were no restrictions to your dreams, nor any limitations to how much or what you could achieve.

If someone said you could be/do/create/love anything, what would you do?

I would write. As I already am, but I would be a write-r. That’s a dream. To create for a living – or one of my goals anyways. Not a whole one. Not the only one. I have so many lil ambitions that I hold. I think that’s how a lot of us are unless you’re the one percent who knows EXACTLY what they want to do in life.

See, for as long as I’ve known I’ve had a love for writing. Though I didn’t share this passion. It was only ever delivered during A level English through creative coursework assignments. That was my limit. I didn’t ever think to branch out and experiment with words and see where it would take me.

I just loved the idea to create.

Aside from my hobbies, as this it what blogging currently is –

I would want a job in a field of work which helps the vulnerable. Or those who are victims. Maybe a social worker, detective, missing peoples officer – I’m not sure yet, I’m hoping my degree and university experience will help me out.

Whatever I do I want to be good. And most of all happy.

Who would you be?



7 thoughts on “Who Would You Be

  1. Well I did a degree in Forensics but never ended up working in the field. I only recently found my joy in writing by chance after someone recommended blogging to me, I also seem to have an eye for taking good snaps.


    1. I find the field of forensics so fascinating! It’s also amazing how we could focus on an area which hold our interests but become involved in something outside our norm, just by chance!


    1. I’m glad it did get you thinking! You make a fair point, and I think it’s good to just take a leap of faith and see where it gets you. Thank you for your comment x


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