When I was four, I wanted to be a flight attendant. That life seemed really glamorous to me. I would see all these ladies with their little wheelie suitcases flying all over the world, and they seemed so free and independent. That’s all I wanted, and it’s not so different from what I ended up doing, except with food and maybe a little more stress. I’m lucky to make a living doing what I genuinely love to do—and would do anyway, even if it weren’t my job. That’s the advice I would give to any young woman: Figure out what your talents are and what you like to spend time doing—not what you think you should do, but what you already enjoy doing. Then try to turn that into a career. So for me, that’s flying around the world with my little wheelie, just like I wanted to when I was four, looking for great food.