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Jennifer Aniston is planning a brand-new career (and it's definitely unexpected)

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We all have a back-up career plan that we like to fantasise about during the particularly mundane moments of the working week.

Perhaps you imagine yourself opening a tiny bookstore in Paris while filling out invoices at your desk, or picture yourself running a surf company in Hawaii as you head into a meeting. Whatever the alternative life you have planned for yourself, it’s always nice to think that it’s out there, and achievable should you wish to go and get it.

So all hail Jennifer Aniston, who looks set to actually act upon her plan B career, after opening up about a professional dream of hers during an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

The actress made the surprise admission while speaking about her obsession with taking vitamins and her habit of falling down a “Googling hole” whenever she hears about a new supplement that is supposed to do wonders for your health.

Adding that she “can’t keep up” with the ever-moving health industry, Aniston revealed that her all-time dream is to open a wellness centre.

Jennifer Aniston: future wellness centre owner?

Jennifer Aniston: actress and future wellness centre owner?

“I have a fantasy where you have this beautiful space with facialists, rotating workouts, meditation classes, and a café with recipes that are healthier versions of delicious foods so you’re not deprived,” the actress said. “I’m working on it in my brain.”



Aniston also revealed that she has a real penchant for beauty treatments, discussing how much she loves both the smell of nail polish as well as at-home pampering sessions.

“When I go home I always do spa night and give everyone a facial,” she said.

Aniston with husband Justin Theroux

Aniston with husband Justin Theroux

Revealing more about her fantasy career in the health industry, Aniston insisted that her wellness centre would be incredibly grounded.

“Not to sound all woo-woo, but if you go out into the world with inner peace, you’re more joyful,” she said.

“There’s a life’s-too-short policy that I now have with my work; no negative Nancies.”

We can’t argue with that.

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