No, seriously. For the last year at least, my only career plans have been that I want to be a doctor (a complete swing from historical reproduction!). My brother's been keeping an eye out for online-based Uni courses for me next year. I used to want to be a nutritionist, but now I'm thinking of internal medicine - like an endocrinologist. I love my endo team in hospital. I sit in bed with my notebook scribbling madly while they talk to me, like I'm taking notes. I spend hours a day reading not about how to lose weight, but how our bodies react to nutrition and what goes on beneath the surface. It's so much deeper than what nutritionists go into. My mum and brother have no idea what I'm on about when I read them my mini-thesis' about fiber absorption or glycogeneogenisis, or whatever I'm learning about today. They both really like the idea of me studying nutrition and/or medicine. They know it's 24/7 in my head, and how much I research and know about it already.
Anyone else who just really wants to be a doctor?