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just bored and was wondering what everyone's life/career/future plans were..



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Do well at A-Levels, go to a decent university and get some form of languages degree, travel around for a bit after perhaps, hopefully find a job in the gov't/an embassy and then settle down to lovely life ha
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Over-planning is for dullards.
I'm going to take life as it comes. I'll go where the wind blows me!

That said, if I get the grades, I'll be studying Law at University next year.
If not, I'll be taking a year out, resitting some modules, doing some travelling & reapplying for English Lit.

Ideally, I'd like to do some sort of post-graduate study, too, after my undergrad degree. An MA or GDL or LLM. Then travel a bit, get a job somewhere far-flung and exciting, meet a nice man, get a dog, pop out some kids and drag them around the world with me.
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History degree, perhaps move to Italy (I had something in mind...but I forgot it). See many places like Japan and the Holy lands and have many antiques, cats and men
Edit: I'm aware that very little of this will actually happen.
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Be happy, live longish, don't be too mean, learn loads

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Academic research, probably in philosophy, probably working abroad

Future plans:
Travel a lot, become fluent in at least one language other than English... not much else yet.
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To get my A Level results and go to Uni. After that I have NO idea!
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Whatever pays the bills.
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I want to go to Uni in Sept, do a degree in English & History.
Hopefully after that I'll do a PGCE and become a Secondary school teacher.

I've wanted to do this since I was about 14 and I still feel pretty set on it.

In life I just want to be happy. Ultimately it would be nice to settle down and have kids with someone lovely.
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for me... go to university, get a job for a few years, then move to a different country and work & live there, and get married and have children visit lots of other countries too
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Go to uni and study either Computer Science or Forensic Computing. Possibly move to nother country.
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Don't know, and don't particularly care. Do a maths degree, get a job and some other crap will happen as well.
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Finish college, go to uni, settle down, have my own home, have kids, die happy.
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Well in the short term, will (grade-dependent) be going to uni in september. Doing Classical Archeology+Civilization. After that, I have no idea. Take stuff as it comes.
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Go to uni in September, qualify as a Speech and Language Therapist, get a job, maybe specialise in a certain area so I earn more money, and also, if someone comes along or I'm with my boyfriend, get married, and I definitely want to have children at some point.
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get at least 8A*s in GCSE and all As in A level. after that i might take a gap year or travel for a year. then i will get into a good uni and when i finished that, i plan to get into the IB industry and work my arse off for a few years and then when i'm loaded, i'll travel around the world.
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Finish my degree

Earn some money for a couple of years

Buy a working ranch..

And live there thereafter. Hopefully with a woman.
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Get the necessary A-level grades for Uni this year. Get a 1st Class Honours and use it to go into a government department.

In my love life I want to marry young and have my first child before I'm 30. And live a good healthy life so I can see my grandchildren

Oh and I REALLY want a three storey Georgian townhouse.
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After I've done my degree I'm pretty sure I'll get a job for a decent amount of time and then go traveling (South America) for a good 5 or 6 months. After that I might do a masters...I have no idea how I'll feel after graduating, I might have had enough of education or I might really miss it.

Career plans: at the moment I love the idea of working for the Civil Service (FCO would be amazing) but that's so competitive. Local government/community work/etc would also be satisfying. My easy option is just to become a teacher lol. :rolleyes:

But my main goal in life is to see as much of the world as I possibly can. And I want a family some day, but not til my 30s I don't think...

Who knows what the hell will actually end up happening though! Take each day as it comes. :yy:
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Eh, I find it very hard to plan when I don't have a clue what I want to do... But I have vague ideas.

Fine Art degree in Nottingham... Then either do my masters in Fine Art or Art Therapy, or maybe a degree in business or advertising or creative advertising... I don't like the idea of staying in education forever but I definitely want to do more than just a degree in Fine Art. I want to earn a proper wage but I'm kinda scared that just painting or creating installation pieces won't do that for me...very difficult path to go down :/

Life stuff... I've no big goals. To hold on to some true, trustworthy friends, maybe get myself a bf or partner down the line, travel plenty, read and learn as much as I can and be somewhat content and get rid of any ****ty issues would be good.

*edits* Oh yeah, and my own house/apartment! I'd love an old one with a beautiful exterior and french windows. Live in various cities in England in my lifetime probably.
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Study Architecture at uni... and yourself MissTwinkle?
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