Throughout high school I got killer grades and thought that I would go through four or six years of college, get a uber great career and live a rich life. Now, one year of "college" is over and I am about to start another, which I really don't want to do. I ended up going to a community college because it was zero work to go for free. The plan was afterwards to go to ASU. Well, ASU is expensive as hell now, and I still haven't figured out that key question of "what I want to do when I grow up." My main problem isn't motivation, it is need. I don't see myself needed a great career or a bachelors to be happy. I live a simple life, don't need much, don't want much, and I dont ever see that changing. I am one who see no reason to own an expensive car when my civic gets great gas milege and gets me from point a to point b. My question is, what could I really do? The only work experience I have is part time retail and I am going to at least finish community college since it is free. I am at a total crossroads. I have interests, but nothing seems to interest me enough as a career, nor do I think I am skilled enough (photography and computers being my main interest). Does anyone here not drive one of those expensive cars everyone gloats about and live a simple life on their own without a major career?