OOTD at the store

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What I'm wearing: Pattern over size top HM, Black belt ELLOS, Black Leggings Pieces, Black booties from Skopunkten.

After a couple of stressful days at work I was finally off work today, but I wasn't completely free. I worked a few hours at my dads store, ah. my very first job as a kid, it really was a great first job. I've been thinking about what I want to work with when I "grow up"...Do I want to stay in the food business? maybe...do I want to work with people, YES! I love customer service, even though you can sometimes face "mad" people, it's still full-filling to know that you made someones day easier or maybe even better. I don't think I could ever have a desk job. My mom wants me to go back to school, but to study what? Help. I'm gonna move to the US first/pretty soon...and school there is too expensive. (Schools are free in Sweden) We'll see what happens.
I'm curious, what do you do for a living?

Comments

Anonymous said…
That's great that the schools in Sweden are free, i would take advantage. i love your top, and i am going to be an elementary school teacher soon :)
M I N G said…
What? School is free? Ha. Maybe I need to move to Sweden. Maybe you should go into business management. You like customer service!
thomessa said…
That's amazing that schools are free there, I would take advantage of that. Lovely top by the way.
Melissa Leeanne said…
Schools are expensive here, I always admired that education was free or inexpensive in many European countries, while I was living in Germany.

I work in an office, it is a non-profit economic development council, I do administrative work and organize projects and programs.

Sometimes I love the setting, other times I get really frustrated. But, with my personality, I would get more frustrated doing straight customer service.
Anonymous said…
I studied Communication & now I work as a web journalist as an independent and sometimes, I also work as a translator & copywriter in freelance :)
I love your hair! It seems just to hang prettily on you! I am an analyst in the IT industry.
Unknown said…
Vilken vårig outfit du har, jättefint!

Det finns flera utbildningar riktade mot det området, det finns ju även 2-åriga utbildningar som tar dig ut direkt på arbetsmarknaden. I det området du tänker dig går det ju att läsa massor :D Kolla på studera.nu och klicka fram dig efter intresse. Utnyttja det faktum att vi inte behöver betala något, kunskapen kan du sen använda världen över ;)
Eva said…
School is free in Slovenia, too, I think it's like so all over Europe. It's not actually "free" - you just don't have to pay for scholarship :)
What school have you done?
I'm going to high school now, but I plan on studying something (medicine, law, or fashion design...).
Kelly said…
Schools are free in Sweden?????? NO FAIR!!! lol

I have a degree in English literature. But, for now, I am a stay at home mom. I also homeschool my 9 year old...so I stay busy! :)
Anonymous said…
i have my master's degree in history and work at museum...

but, if you're going to move to the US, i'd pick a career that has tons of jobs available! anything in the healthcare field is a good pick (nursing, maybe), computer field and there's always retail available if that's what you like!
Alissa said…
Looking cute at the store.
Mode Plus said…
If school's are free, I would definitely take up your mom's advice. Maybe you could pick random courses you like. Or go to a study councillor to help you figure out your strengths and qualities. You already know your passion (people) so that's a big plus. I was a schoolmanager at a secondary school.Currently I'm searching for my passion. Good luck, Jennifer!
Anonymous said…
It's great that education is free. I wish it was more affordable in Singapore. My BA was in English Literature, my MA was in Communications. But the work I do has nothing to do with what I studied in school. My qualifications however, gave me a headstart and helped me land my current job. I work in the Arts and amongst the many things I do, I run a music festival and work with many local and international indie bands. So far, it's been quite the dream job. Not desk-bound and I get to travel and listen to music!
Anonymous said…
You look cute! Just found your blog, very cool. Im an artist and I started my own magazine (www.volup2.com) Here in Paris thereare a few fun Swedish babes, very artsy, free and open. :o) XO Velvet

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