WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN) - Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is spending her final week on the job tying up loose ends and fielding questions about her future.
The former New York Senator and former first lady says she's ready for some rest and relaxation, but there's one question that keeps coming up.
During an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Clinton said again she has no plans for a White House run in 2016.
But she followed that by saying she's also looking forward to more "adventures" down the road.
LABOTT: "In April you told Wolf Blitzer for 2016 that's not in my future, but you seem to be, I don't know, leaving some wiggle room in there. Have you decided?"
CLINTON: "No, I am so looking forward to Monday when I have no schedule, no office to go to, no responsibilities."
Senator John Kerry was confirmed as the new Secretary of State Tuesday on a vote of 94-to-3.