(Plus, when Molly Clock, the consulting psychiatrist at Sacred Heart -- as seen on Scrubs -- is this glamorous, how could I say no?)
But the thing is, this kind of thing happens to me all too regularly. Earlier this year I decided I wanted to work in marketing--after all, I've always loved telling stories, and marketing is essentially telling the story of a brand. Then I decided I wanted to be an independent consultant--of what, I didn't even know--I didn't think that far ahead. But it would be a great fit, I decided, because I would get to meet a lot of people, establish contacts, and dictate my own hours.
The weird thing is that all of those jobs would be a good fit, because they all appeal to different aspects of my personality and different styles of problem-solving. I guess only time (and the job market) will ultimately tell which type is the most compelling to me.
My only hope is that if I end up being a psychologist, I can be half as glamorous as Molly Clock...!