Ok a little background, I'm 23 and have been goin to communinty college for a long time now. Went for 2.5 yrs and got my associates in industrial tech. took a semester off and went back for Fine Arts for another 1.5 yrs. So now it's summer again. I don't plan on finishing my Fine Arts degree because I know I don't want to go into studio arts, but I do love the program that I was in. The past 1.5 yrs I'd say was the most I've concentrated on anything willingly (unlike the rest of my life in acadamia). I told myself I would look for a transfer school early, but I really don't know what I want to go for still. I start looking then frustration sets in. I know I want to do something with design, and industrial/product design is on the top of my list. I guess I don't like the fact that I'll be set into one career for the rest of my life, it scares me. I guess that's why I've been kind of putting it off for so long. Good thing I have loving parents that support me in any choice I make, but after 5 yrs of community college I feel pretty bad, for myself and my parents. I know it's common to change majors and careers but it feels like I've wasted so much time already.There's so many choices on what I want to do it feels like I could be going to college forever. Product design is a top choice and I know career changes from that to graphic design is a good backup so I guess it's a "safer" choice compared to my many many other ambitions (architecture & music primarily). Due to the fact that I have little to no experience with those two, I'm basing my choice on what feels safe to me...?... You know what I mean? Should I feel this way? These past semesters in Fine Arts I've learned a lot about myself and how much I can achieve and handle but at the same time I still doubt myself and my future. I guess I want to hear from some professionals and what you guys have done in your life. The changes and choices you have made to get to where you are now, and if you are happy. Thanks for reading guys.