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Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

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Thu Nov 01, 2018 7:27 pm
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Bellarke says...

25, and i see myself being all alone, and with a sickness of some kind.
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Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:46 pm
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Cyvain87 says...

10 years from now I'd be 41 and i would hope my chronic pain condition would at least have a diagnosis but something deep inside me tells me i probably won't and things likely won't change much. So much i wanted to do i don't feel like I'm ever gonna be able to now. Sorry if this sounds kinda depressing but that's truly how i feel right now. I have tiny little what seems impossible hope things will change but my instincts ew telling me otherwise.

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Tue Nov 06, 2018 2:51 am
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TeaParty says...

Oh boy, its crazy to think that 10 years from now I'll be 25 years old. I envision myself being a very successful woman by that time and becoming as wise and knowledgeable as possible. I strive to learn new things every day and become the kind of person others look up to.
I would really like to become a writer of some sort. I love writing poetry, articles, novels and all kind of different types of writing (I've even become interested in copywriting recently). Although I also enjoy business, finance, biology and nutrition as well, therefore I have no idea how I can incorporate all my talents and interests into one profession.
I see myself moving from my humble home in Canada to Australia to switch things up. I hope to find the love of my life who shares my compassion with equal return and loves me for who I am.
I want to make a difference in this world and change the way others view the possibilities of the future.
10 years from now, I'll obtain my teenage desires and become the best version of me possible.

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Fri Nov 09, 2018 3:08 am
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bigsisfarmer says...

25 years old.

I would have finished Law School.

I would be either a Lawyer, Politician, or a Writer.

I wouldn't mind to have a boyfriend either, but that doesn't matter as much.

Wow, that sounds boring once I say that out loud.
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Tue Dec 04, 2018 3:14 pm
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Amabilia says...

hopefully living in Scotland or Italy and owning a bakery/cafe/bookshop.
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ThePenultimateGinger says...

Damn, I'd be 25, somewhere in the London area, working in a forensic science/crime scene investigation job. Or an internship, at least. Tbh I'd prolly not even be done with college by then because I'm going for some pretty ambitious degrees, but it's nice to dream.
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Anamel says...

Hopefully have this book done by then lol

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GodfreysBouillon says...

Be nearly 25, hopefully just coming off of a ~2-3 year enlistment in the U.S. Marine Corps, with a finished degree in medieval archaeology and looking to secure a good job where I can travel the world and visit dig sites. Hopefully by then I would have also learned Spanish as well
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