(I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this... but if it turns out I have to make a new plan, I guess this is the right place to post it)
I basically have the rest of my life planned. There's just one thing that doesn't fit. I want to have kids, and I want to be kind of young when I have kids (maximum 20-30 years old).
Okay, here's my "plan":
- finish high school with good grades (haha)
- folkehøgskole, one year (school with no grades, basically just for fun)
- education so I can be an engineer (I don't know what that education is called in English)
- get a job as an engineer (I don't know what kind I want to be, but I'll figure that out soon)
- get kind of rich
- go back to school, get education so I can be a teacher
- work as a teacher
- retirement, be a painter and/writer
- die, be buried in the ground, wake up as a zombie, eat someone, be shot in the head, die again
Having children when I'm a teacher would work, but not when I'm an engineer, because I want to be that kind that travels a lot. I don't want to be a teacher before I'm an engineer because teachers don't earn enough. I can't be an engineer for just a few years.
Wait, maybe if I got pregnant at folkehøgskolen, I could have a baby while I'm studying to be an engineer? That might work, right? I mean, I know you're not supposed to have babies while studying because it's difficult, but I work better under pressure, so maybe it'd work out. The only problem is, I want to be there when my baby is growing up, and I doubt the education to be an engineer takes more than 18 years...
Could I get some help with this? The plan probably sounds a little unrealistic, but it's actually not. College/university is pretty much for free here, and they always tell us about how they need more (female) engineers and teachers. So that shouldn't be a problem.