Oh, I'm still all over the place.
I have two loves, two desires, two completely different paths.
 I want to be a creative writing teacher an an author/poet. I want to teach the craft to others as I hone and fine tune my own music.
How I'm accomplishing this: I am currently a senior in college geting a degree in English and mulling over an MFA in creative writing. But I don't know if that's my path (nor if my proverbial wallet can take it!) I offer my services tutoring, attend local Meet Up groups in writing. But I don't have near enough interaction yet, and I'm not sure if sites like P2PU are designed for ideas like mine. Perhaps it just takes some out of the box thinking.
 Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to work with severe weather.
The challenge: Despite being a senior in college, I have an eigth grade understanding of math, and the math-based sciences make me want to pull my hair out. Thus, I gave up my dream of meteorology for something I was already good at. Now, I'm not so sure. Should I pursue a post-bacc?
I can't answer that question until I know if I will succeed in the math courses. In my year off (currently, this year, to figure my way around myself) I hope to hire a math/sciences tutor to accompany a couple of Saylor.org courses, which in turn incorporate Khan Academy videos. Am I willing to rack up 3 years of debt for a post-bacc degree? Or make myself happy in a profession that I may or may not ever actually enter?