I still have a huge desire to open my own bakery. However, I have to be practical and I realize that owning a business doesn't always guarantee success. So while I am young I am going to get my degree in Family and Consumer Sciences Education. I can always open a bakery when I'm older but it would be a lot harder to go back to school. It's always safe to have a back up plan! I truly believe I will open my own bakery, and I have all ready started designing how I want it to look! :) With the FACS I can teach cooking, sewing, how to take care of children, family dynamics, and things along those lines. All of those interest me so it's kind of like the best of both worlds!
Since I just finished registering I figured I would post about it. Any tips about this certain major/college/life at this stage?!?