Read The Declaration - End the (grain) Fed - My Primal Journeys
International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
Unrealistically, I'd like to be a personal travel guide so I could put together amazing trips for rich people and travel all over the world.
Realistically, I'm working to become a Registered Dietitian so that I can do clinical counseling for celiac and diabetic patients. The nutrition education these patients get is woeful, but I want to be part of the system so that I can change the system.
But realistically, I'm sticking with the IT thing. If it was successful, I could do remote support occasionally via cruise ships, off the coast of Italy...wherever
And I finally have it. I cooked professionally and worked as a private chef for years and I have to agree with SBhikes when you do something you love for money it is not the same. Now I just cook for my family and it is so enjoyable.
I wouldn't mind having a place where I could invite all my friends and family members that say they would eat primal but they just can't manage it, and be able to cook for them for about a week so they can see how easy and tasty the food is. I wouldn't want to do it for money though, and it would be nice if some one else did the dishes.
I'm like some kind of female medicine person you know like a shaman.
I've had this idea to start an assisted care facility for rural communities, so that when it comes time in people's lives for such a place they don't need to move away from a lifetime of friends and family. The home would be as self-sustainable as possible, with a garden, greenhouse and livestock. People in the community could earn points towards living there in the future by helping in the garden or with the housekeeping, etc. There should be a pool, or at least an endless pool. And of course the facility should produce as much of its own power as possible. The assisted card facility would become a true community center, not just a place for old folks to be shuttered away.