Jobs that your inner child would adore

Why should children have all the fun?

Childhood is fun. It teaches us to be carefree and do things our heart commands us to do. But as we grow up, we are told to mellow down, keep others first and don’t do anything spontaneously. Perhaps that is the reason why we carry such nostalgia about childhood. We have always been taught that when we grow up, fun and work cannot go hand in hand. Thegood news is that it is not true anymore. Your work can involve having a lot of fun. Let’s have a look at some of the jobs that would not let the child in you die.

Mattress Jumper

No, we are not kidding; this is an actual job that pays. We are not talking about the big companies, but small mattress companies do need people to jump on the mattresses and compress the bumps and cotton in the layers. Imagine how cool it is to treat a mattress as a trampoline and jump our hearts out? And how cool you would look at a party if you narrated the list of your daily adventures.

A Lego builder

Did you enjoy creating Lego masterpieces in your childhood and often dreamt of owning thousand of Lego sets to play with? Itturns out, your wish could come true. You can play your heart out, making money on the side. Master builders, as they are called, sometimes works with the most intricate Lego sets, and you are often commissioned by bigwigs such as Mazda or Google.

Ice cream taster

Imagine eating ice cream day in and day out for a living. Sampling the ambrosia and then giving feedback about it sounds just right. A professional ice cream taster adds his own ideas to make new ice cream flavours. But you need to have a food science degree to apply for this job. If you have an uncanny love for ice cream and you are confident about your taste buds, then you can take the children.

Treehouse designer

Remember how we used to spend all day outdoors making makeshifts treehouse for our games? How we wanted to grow up and own our very own treehouse. Artists like Roderick Romero live the dream life. He makes treehouse that vary from being the basic treehouses to elaborate forts and whatnot. The best part? Most of these artists depend on sustainable and green materials to give shape to our dreams.

So, what do you love doing most in your childhood?

Priyadarshini Kaul

Priyadarshini Kaul Mishra has two Master’s Degrees in English Literature and History. She is actively following her passion for the language by being a content creator since many years now. Besides this, Priyadarshini is a true bookworm at heart and tries to be an avid reader despite being a full-time mother now. She is also a professionally certified baker and puts on the oven mitts every now and then.
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