Karlie Kloss wants lots of "projects and philanthropy" in her life.
The 23-year-old beauty has enjoyed huge success on the catwalk and modelling for high street brand TopShop, but since launching her bakery line Klossies cookies in 2012, she's caught the entrepreneur bug.
She said: "I aspire to build a business, and fill my days with lots of projects and philanthropy."
But despite her hectic schedule, Karlie has no plans to quit modelling.
She said: "I hope to have at least a foot in the door, for as long as they'll have my big ol' feet."
Karlie's sweet treats are sold in hip New York City bakery Momofuko and she is currently an undergraduate student at NYU in New York City, but isn't studying baking.
The blonde stunner is in fact learning computer science and coding, has also set up a related scholarship fund titled Kode with Karlie for underprivileged young women, and has her own YouTube channel named Klossy.
Explaining why she juggles so many projects with a successful career as a fashion model, she added in an interview with the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "I don't like taking it easy."