June 7, 2019 | PRA Culture | Guest Post By Meghan Agblevor “So what do you see yourself doing in the future?” is a question that always takes my brain into overdrive. Why? Well, growing up I always wanted to be an Obstetrician-gynecologist but I’ve always hated science, so that’s a no. I would love to open up my own service business in Africa but that’s a long way off. I am into beauty, so I started my own lash line. I’ve accrued numerous customers and I’ve shipped out countless orders. Yup, there’s a but. Now, I want to add on a lip line and a highlight line so it can be an all-out beauty brand, but that’s going to take a lot of research, time, and money. Time? Please. I’m a 21-year-old college senior taking six classes, holding an internship, and serving as the president of two clubs where I organize and plan events. I also wanted to get into real estate. Back in Africa, everyone is either looking into buying a new house or renting one so why not play with that? Then again, I love Human Resources so I’ve always wanted to enter into that field. So, I’ve come to the conclusion that whenever someone asks, “What do you see yourself doing in the future?”, I’ll reply with a simple, everything.