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I'd absolutely love to be a musician, but I'm not sure if I'd want to do only that. Same with writing novels; having to write to a deadline isn't the way I work. I'm studying classics at university, but I've no real desire to continue with that except as a hobby. I've been toying with the idea of going back to university after I graduate, to study education, preferably teaching young kids, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to afford it, because although here in Scotland I don't have to pay tuition fees, I do have to pay rent and whatnot, and the grant body will probably not give me any money towards more study, so I'll need a job to be able to pay rent :( Also, I feel like I'd want to study elsewhere, i.e. not in Scotland, not even the UK, but I'd need money first to do that. The idea of being a librarian keeps rearing its head as well.

The thing with being a teacher is, that I wouldn't want to be tied down to the same place for a prolonged time. Fair enough, a primary school post is a yearly thing, so technically I could leave at the end of the school year, but I'm worried that once potential employers see that I've been leaving school jobs after only a couple of years (that is if financially I am in a position to do so) they won't want to employ me. So becoming a musician (preferably violinist, but I haven't had lessons yet, so I could be totally rubbish at that :( but I do write lyrics too, not that I'd want to the frontman or behind-the-scenes songwriter) would enable me to be a drifter, and do something I love.

tl;dr I'm not sure what my ultimate dream is, but hopefully one of my ideas will work out with a lot of effort and hard work. XD

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