However, as I mentioned last week, I am committed to my resolution to be creative and think outside the box. Subsequently, I put my thinking cap on over the weekend and came up with three career paths that I think I am well qualified for and would provide me with plenty of job satisfaction.
1. A Meteorologist
I have been a fan of the weather for a long, long time. You could probably even categorize me as a weather geek. Want to know the forecast for the next 7-10 days? Just ask me. In addition to checking our blog and e-mail on a daily basis, I also check weather.com.
I even have a favorite weather guy. (Don't you?) His name is Steve Paulson and he appears, much to my daily delight, on KTVU, or Channel 2 in the Bay Area.
2. The Next Food Network StarI have watched season after season of this show and almost died at the mediocrity that the judges have selected as "winners." I mean, Guy Fieri, really? That guy annoys me beyond belief.
I think I would make a much better contestant and subsequent host for The Food Network. I even checked out the application requirements for the upcoming season of The Next Food Network Star, which include cooking know-how, personality that pops, and teaching skills. Yep, I think I have that covered.
More importantly, I have an IDEA. My cooking show would be centered primarily on everyday life and celebrations...wait for it...for parents. Here is the premise: a 30 minute segment focused on food/menus for adults and children not only for major holidays, such as Thanksgiving, but also for less appreciated days, like rainy days when you can't go outside, graduations, and the day Mom is assigned to bring treats.3. A back-up dancer for Britney, Beyonce, and/or Janet
Honestly, I am not picky. I'll dance for any of my favorite ladies. I don't need to be in the limelight either. Just the behind the star girl, busting her hip hop moves all over the stage.
If this option is a bit difficult for you to envision, I decided to go the extra mile and provide a visual...