I've been a Culinary major for a full semester/summer and already I'm rethinking it. Good thing I never actually started culinary school.
I want to be a writer. That's it. I still want to have my own restaurant someday, but honestly, I should only chase one dream at a time and THAT would seriously cut into my writing time.
One can't serve two masters. It's in the Bible, so it's true.
I pick writing. I want a normal 9-5 where I have plenty of time to write. Sadly, writing doesn't pay very well. Heck, with the exception of the 99¢ thing on Amazon, which I had no control over, I would write for free. I've been doing that since 05 anyway. It was never about the money. I'm not saying I don't dream about becoming a Bestselling Author, because I do, but it's not about that, and it never has been.
Money doesn't buy happiness. It buys comfort.
Looking through other things the W offers, and I've been considering business or accounting or finance-type stuff that all the advice for college kids websites say are good fields to go into.
Marketing. Good idea for a self-publisher. Plus, I would be able to get a "real" job, maybe.
I read somewhere that I should build a lifestyle that supports my writing. That would. I think.
It would certainly make me appreciate writing more.