People say to "do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life." But what if your interest and hobbies either can't make enough for your desired lifestyle, or don't match you're inherent skills and aptitudes? I'll give a personal example: I was an average art major but loved graphic design and typography, and excelled at my jobs doing that all through college. But I changed my major to Int'l Management and my grades shot up and I received certain scholarships and recognitions -- in particular for marketing, entrepreneurship and econ. From there I went to law school, and it feels right. I'm committed to law right now for the next phase of my life, but I still have thoughts about the road not taken. Law's more "what I'm good at" and what provides economic gain, versus what consumes my thoughts during hobby time or "me" time (ie. Ferraris, 'creative' things like art, design, film, media). But it seems that a career counselor would say I'm off. I'm at that phase of my life trying to decide whether to satisfy my heart or my mind and figure out how to do both. How have you found a balance in your life? The students of F-chat thank you for your sharing.