Most people you know probably have ordinary, somewhat boring jobs that are simply a means to an end. They need to eat and pay the bills, so they trudge to work every day and drag themselves home every night, simply for the paycheck. But, wouldn’t it be nice if you could find a job that was nothing less than unique and catered to your interests. If so, read on, because this job might be for you.
The Best for Last
For many people, Chinese food is a real treat. Since it’s generally not normal cuisine, unless it’s part of your heritage, many of the dishes simply do not taste the same, if you try to make some of your favorite recipes at home. Frozen Chinese food is a weak substitute at best.
So ordering Chinese takeout or going the restaurant is a real treat. Chances are good that you have found a personal favorite, have the menu semi-memorized and know exactly what you want to order, before even walking in the door. The portions are generous and dessert is rarely considered.
But, the best is saved for last. To sooth the pain of the meal ticket, you are presented with a fortune cookie. It’s fun to crack open the crisp cookie and peek inside, to see what good fortune is coming your way. Everyone at the table has to compare fortunes. But, have you every stopped to think who is behind those strange words of wisdom? Maybe you would love to have a job that makes other people’s days. You could become a fortune cookie writer.
Have you Seen . . .?
For any animal lover, a dog, cat, turtle, gerbil, or any other creature is more than a pet. These animals are a beloved member of the family. For some, they are like a child, a best friend, a confidante, and more. So, if that pet is missing, it’s devastating to the whole family.
In many cases, the pet simply got out and decided to check out the neighborhood. If they don’t come back within the hour, it’s time to call the local dog catcher and see if your loved one was nabbed by the pet police. After giving a report for a lost pet, the next step is to check around the neighborhood, create fliers, complete with a picture, and offer a reward for the safe return of your pal.
Then again, why not leave it to the professionals? You could hire a pet detective, and let him/her do all of the legwork. Of course, you might want to be the hero of the lost and soon to be found by becoming a pet detective yourself.