Creative goals



Trying to plan your next creative goals (since I couldn’t live without Culture and this has turned me into a professional blogger in time) it’ s sometimes easy, sometimes infernal.


I’m working to settle up a Cultural Association that will allow me to develop a creative space for young people (starting from childhhood to university). There are so many opportunities that can be developed in this way, that Cultural Journalism would have never allowed me to experience.


Then there’s the Childhood Library contract which makes me really happy (for a whole year), and then I’ll have enough to specialise on Tea affairs, which is my primary goal now that I know that half of my project will be learn on field.

Paris will teach me all that I need on tea in short times, so I’m really happy. I’ll see when to start.


Meanwhile, I know that I will travel, have time for my closest friends in a beautiful country (which is mine), stay with my wonderful boyfriend, work in the cultural field and writing as well (short stories, the blog, the social media), getting closer to Theatre,  and all this being healthy. That’s really much more than I could hope for. Crisis in my case has showed me that I’ll have no regrets, cause I’m experiencing everything I know. Other possible carreer field? Managing events like international conferences, with an eye on the food and beverage sector in particular. But I’m open to any possibility.


Aren’t these creative goals?



About Odile Milton

I travel through words whenever possible. Odile Milton is my signature on the web as I wanted an alter ego to indicate only my writings and works, not my personal life. Odile like the dancer in black swan, and Milton from the novel An old-fashioned girl. View all posts by Odile Milton

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