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  1. #1

    Perfect plan, only one problem

    (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.
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  2. #2

    How about not travelling a lot, but still some?

    How do you plan to go about the getting pregnant part? Seducing some guy to forget about the protection and just have a go at it? I know it's easy to be promiscious at folkehøgskolen, but planning for pregnancy seems a bit unlikely. Interesting plan though.

  3. #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Krisena View Post
    How about not travelling a lot, but still some?

    How do you plan to go about the getting pregnant part? Seducing some guy to forget about the protection and just have a go at it? I know it's easy to be promiscious at folkehøgskolen, but planning for pregnancy seems a bit unlikely. Interesting plan though.
    That's possible... but I kind of want to travel around a lot.

    I'm not sure. Either I have to find someone I actually want to spend a lot of time with, or I'll have to find some guy that would never want the child. So we could break up and then I'd be left with the child alone. I don't know how, but I'll find a way.
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    It's good to work toward goals but know that things will not go according to plan. Some things will go worse than you planned and other things will go better than you have ever dreamed.

    Life in general: Set a goal. Work toward it. See that the skills and experiences you obtained from said hardwork led you somewhere else. Be happy. Set another goal. Repeat.
    Last edited by Sangmu; 06-19-2014 at 06:12 AM.

  6. #5

    Plans like that have a good way of not working out. Life usually gets in the way.
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