(December 7th 2012)

Architecture

Blog: Architecture

I'm quite a lazy person at heart I think. I feel I work hard and don't shy away from opportunities but I seem to be on a constant mission to turn hobbies or interests into career options. You know what they say, If you love what you do you'll never work a day in your life. Evidently I'm desperately trying to avoid having to work any more days in my life. People pursuing dreams aren't necessarily work shy, but surely it must be possible to keep hobbies as hobbies and work as work. Right? Every so often I have to question if my career choice really is a pursuit of happiness or an excuse to be unemployed. These thoughts pass though and I remember that people generally get successful in media because they work their backsides off and eventually talent and hard work pays off. I think it's just very easy in times of desperation for you to consider all your options. I mean, I COULD train to be fireman. Why not me? I like fire trucks and I've been looking for an excuse to get in shape. Plus I like bonfires so, win win right? In conclusion I like to have options. The above statement might be decent evidence that being a fireman is not a viable option for me.

I fell into a burning ring of fire.