Why It’s Okay To Have No Idea What You Want To Do

istockphoto/Suat Gürsözlü I was never one of those kids who “just knew” what they wanted to do. As a child, I told people I wanted to be a lawyer for quite a few years before I figured out what a lawyer actually was. Then, it switched to brain surgeon, then schoolteacher, then judge, and then to a psychologist. I’d love to say I figured it out by the time I came into college, but that was ABSOLUTELY not the case. I started off as a Neuroscience major, then switched to Math/Philosophy Pre-Law, then to Psychology, then finally settled as a Chemistry major (though sometimes, I wish I went back to Neuroscience). I’ve taken classes in just about every range of subjects, and I can confidently tell you it was NOT…


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