Recently within the past two months, I've been debating to change my major from Computer Science.
After three years of attending my university, I found out I've really been lying to myself that I like working with computers.
I just had an interest in computers, and not the passion to work.
When there's no passion, there just isn't the motivation to keep going.
Well right now I've decided I'm going to change majors to Automotive Technology.
I wish to become a mechanic in the future.
Whenever I had something bad with my car, I was on top of it.
I did my research and attempted to solve the problem.
That and I went to a mechanic and knew EVERY little detail of what the mechanics were performing.
When I had my last car issue, the man at the front desk of Firestone was quite impressed with my knowledge under the hood.
He was so impressed he pretty much would recommend me getting a job there. That made me happy inside.
But now I'm dumbing down from the Cal State Fullerton and heading down to a community college here in my area.
It'll be less stressful. Thank god.
And I hope to have loads of fun learning about how to maintain a car. I know it'll be just a frustrating, but I love cars more than computers.