So I've been lurking and I tried to search for a thread covering a similar topic and I'm sure I didn't try hard enough unfortunately.
Long story short: I sold out. I went where the money is. I make a great salary out of college and I am saving a lot of money. I think most people would literally kill to work where I work and especially to make what I make.
Unforunately, I've realized sitting in a chair for 13.5-15.5 hours (give or take) hurts. And I feel like I've killed my soul picking what was fashionable (and prestigious) instead of what I needed i.e. some soul food.
I guess my first ever thread is two part thread:
1) Is it ever ethical if you have the means to live a normal life doing your passion to sacrifice it for more cash (a lot more cash).
2) And my biggest issue, how do you discover and find what you are most passionate about. I'm out of college but I've never really spent enough time thinking about it. I feel like I can go anywhere and do anything, nothing is impossible, just what? Doctor? Lawyer? Professor? Construction worker? Why have I never solved this question. And the thing I am most afraid of . . . writer.