That’s what I’m talking about…

While I’ve been home this trip, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about things that I really hope to do some day in the future, or that sound really fun, really fit my personality…and who I want to be.  Not in the deep way.

First, I feel like I am about to pass some sort of milestone, a no turning back point into career land, and I am scared poop-less by that idea.  (watching my potty mouth lol) I really feel like I don’t want to die having not worked at Starbucks and Lululemon.  At first I was like WAIT!! I need to go back to high school and college so I can have a job in retail again.  Nobody ever talks about working at the Big 4 accounting firms and then moving onto life as a barista. 

Well… Maybe it’ isn’t too late.  I feel kind of anxious about this idea all of a sudden, like I need to write it down or else I will forget.  I love the corporate and retail culture that Lululemon embodies.  I love the way they invest in each and every employee and their communities.  They spend a huge amount of money and resources on goal setting, health, fitness, and self-empowerment.  I DIG that.  THAT is what I’m talking about!!!! 

So, note to self… Don’t forget that you want to work at Lulu.  Check.

The other big thing is that I’ve been thinking about where I want to have my wedding (in the distant future).  I keep wanting to remember the resort I stayed at when I went to Morocco during my year abroad in Spain.  We drove out to a resort pretty far out, and then we drove in Hummers to another resort that was even further out in the middle of nowhere in the Sahara!! WHAT!! I know.  It was so crazy.  You kind of wonder if Google knows about it because you feel so secluded out between enormous dunes.  They do. 


We stayed in this gorgeous hotel and then rode camels out to a campsite even more secluded. 


Picture on a camel with veil on=BOMB idea!!!

Ok… that was a super random glimpse into my thoughts today.  I’ll spare you the governmental accounting guidelines I learned between career/wedding thoughts!