Like most college students I've reach that point in my life where the inevitability of adulthood is right around the corner and every fiber of my being suddenly shuts down. What am I going to do with only a year and a half left? Actually, if this last semester is just a prequel to what's remaining then it could be much longer than that.

I thought I knew what I wanted to do. I was certain of my future since my sophomore year in high school. But what kind of person aspires to be an accountant at that age? The kind of person that I am I suppose.

But I thought that meant I was ahead of the game. Most graduate and still have no chosen path to walk. However, I found my path and now I'm straying from it. I have four days before the spring semester starts and I only have one class on my schedule. Why? Because I'm an effing idiot and my university essentially purged my schedule of all business core classes because I failed to meet all requirements in their College of Business. That's just dandy.

However, I have one semester to improve my GPA and not get kicked out of my major. But what do I do when I've reached a point where I don't even want to do this anymore? Do I keep calm and carry on? That's a bunch of bullshit. I don't want to be stuck in some corporate office or back room of some business crunching numbers all day.

Where does that lead me then? I have virtually zero talents and an average face at best. Not to mention I have the maturity of a twelve year old nerd. That'll get me far in life no doubt.

I guess when I find the solution I can come back and share.