A Journey From Career Confusion to Clarity

Lying on white sheets with black socks and laptop

Throughout the years of primary school and high school, I must have explored at least twenty very different professions, none of which I considered viable by the time I entered my final year of schooling. In my early childhood years, I wanted to be a doctor. It must have been one of those kiddy doctor sets I was given one Christmas that fascinated me for a good year or two. At that age, playing doctor was all fun and games – bright coloured stethoscopes and Disney princess bandaids – none of which activated my soon to be discovered fear of needles or the queasiness I felt at the sight of blood.

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