(Closed) I should have been a cook/baker.

posted 5 years ago in Career
Post # 3
772 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@jesssamesssa:  I just saw on facebook that there is a lady locally who is preparing meals from home for families.

She has a facebook page and at the beginning of each week she posts the menu and apparently has to have 4 families (and no more than 4) to make the meal each day.  She charges $40 per family and it includes dinner, dinner roll or bread, side, and dessert.

I don’t know if this is something you would consider doing but I think it would be cool!

Post # 4
1992 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

All you can do is try!

Start making a porfolio of all your yummies and then see if any bakeries in the area would have you even as an intern.

I went to school, got my BA in communications, got my first “real job” as a marketing coordinator 3 months ago and I’m bored out of my skull… I’m grateful to be employed but I was a very well-paid nanny before and I LOVED that.

I wish I had just looked a little more for something I actually enjoyed doing before I got in here at a lackluster position at an accounting software reseller… I know I can move up but I don’t love the products I have to market now so I’m kind of regretting taking the first job that presented itself instead of holding out for one that spoke to me as an individual and my passions… even for less money.

Go for it!!!

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