QAL operator plans to stay young forever
NADINE DAY plans to stay forever young.
Or at least she is determined to.
The QAL operator celebrated her 25th-going-on-21st birthday on Saturday at the Gladstone Yacht Club.
"I don't like to tell people how old I am - I let them guess," she said.
"Usually they will say I am younger than what I actually am and I just agree with them," she laughed.
Ms Day held a party the previous weekend and said it got pretty rowdy.
"My friends and I are a rowdy bunch of people, we like to have a good time," she said.
"It was a great way to celebrate my birthday.
"Even though I'm 25 I don't feel any older than 21 - I'm still a child at heart."
Ms Day said although she lives a pretty relaxed life she has big ambitions before she turns 30.
"I like my life at the moment; I have a great job, fantastic friends and partner and a good attitude," she said.
"Although by the time I'm 30 I will definitely own a house - that's a big goal I'm hoping to achieve.
"I would also like to have my sky diving lesson before then and have been to some pretty exciting places.
A real hands-on type of girl, Ms Day said she had the time of her life bungy jumping in New Zealand.
"I love adventure and I love a good thrill - I always will," she said.
"I'm hoping that I never lose the will to get out and have a go - it's who I am.
"One day I would like to have kids but I'm pretty happy with my life at the moment and there are still some things I would love to do that would be impossible to do with kids.
"I want to go and see places - I want to live my life as much as I possibly can."
Ms Day hopes to visit Canada this Christmas with her partner and family.