My parents took winding career paths.
My mom went from stay-at-home mom to retail to a master's degree all while I was in elementary school.
My dad went from insurance to salvage to estate sales to owning an antique store.
I've secretly always hoped my career would follow a similarly winding series of little careers, and so far it has. I think a lot of people look at this as a "lack of focus" or "wandering," but I think it's actually a much more fulfilling ride than the alternative. Cullin McGrath writes similar things in this piece:
"To me, our interests can be very similar to a beautiful garden. Each new input can evolve over time into something that is so much more. Given that you care for it. Also, no one ever just grows a single rose. They grow a rose garden."
There is no such thing as a "dream job" or if there is, it isn't a static place. If you ever reach it, there will undoubtedly be another hill to climb; another "dream job" to chase.
So enjoy the journey and let yourself meander.