1. I'd be an apprentice under papercranes.com.au and learn how to do amazing wedding videography. (no joke, their work is off the charts)
2. I'd be a photojournalist
3. Professional makeup artist
My corporate job fulfills me financially and intellectually, but it leaves me thirsting for creativity. After my wedding, I plan on picking up where I left off in terms of developing a side career in makeup artisty, all while learning photography. Videography is a little more difficult because you really do need a whole crew to be successful at this.
I would love to be a diagnostic medical sonographer.I recently looked into going back to school for it.There's now only one program here.It is four years long.They require three physics classes.There used to be an 18 month program here that was more technical and just focused on the actual sonography training.They were affiliated with a hospital system.They got bought it and the new company discontinued the program.
I have a degree in marketing.I've never even taking a basic physics class before.I don't know if I have the ability to learn subjects like that in depth.
I really want to be a journalist. I'm just nervous about where newspapers are heading. Everything is moving online which means you can pay less by hiring freelancers and not paying for their insurance. I love writing and researching, as well as breaking news.