This Website Solves All Life Problems (Kinda)

Have you ever struggled to figure out what you want to do with your life? Well, apparently you're not alone.

Luckily, there's now a website to help: Yes, seriously.

You no longer need to wander the streets alone, in head-to-toe Prada wondering if you should continue with glitzy, but soul destroy fashion magazine job. Just click on the site and let it tell you what to do.

Okay, we don't really recommend you take every single suggestion to heart. But, it's fun scrolling through and seeing what other lives await should you choose to quit your (real) job and join the church of peyote (huh?), become a music blogger or, you maybe, start your own brewery.


As an added bonus, the website will even give you tips on how to achieve your new dream job. I mean, you didn't realize you even wanted to be a hot air balloon pilot until now, so how could you possibly know what steps to take to get there? Just click "OK" and you'll find enlightenment.

Or, click "hell no" and the site will continue to offer random career suggestions. Well, maybe they're not that random. You do have a face for TV, and want to document your "journey," right?

Just for the record, if being the next Snooki is your dream, you should start going on some auditions and open casting calls. (Really, the website just directs you to the listings on

The website also offers more, um, realistic options, like careers as an executive assistant, working at a summer camp or teaching English abroad. And for the less ambitious, there's even a guide on how to become a professional couch surfer. 

We're reminded of similar helpful websites like WTF Should I Make For Dinner? and Where The F**K Should I Go To Eat?, for those whose problems are in the culinary realm, not careers.

But, seriously, figuring out what you want to do for the rest of your life is a big deal, and it can be tough. And, as anyone who's seen The Devil Wears Prada knows, sometimes we make the wrong choice and try again. We all have our Andie moments, right?

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