I went though a few majors when I was in college. I originally was really into the idea of becoming a Psychologist because I like talking with people, plus my friends and family have been telling me since high school that I'd be good at it. After that I tried my hand at Journalism but I realized I just really liked writing opinion pieces more than anything truly 'journalistic'. Then I tried taking a few creative English classes and had lots of fun writing short screenplays. I realized that for as much as I love writing I'd prefer it to be a hobby than a job unless I became an English teacher, which isn't totally out of the question still.
The last classes I took were for Computer Science. When I go back to school I'll be going back into this field in one way or another.
Until I have the ability to get back into school, though, I spend most of my time working, reading, writing and very occasionally exercising. Exercising is something I definitely need to do more of.
I'm the kind of person who likes to use proper spelling and grammar. Just because that is my preference doesn't mean other people have to subscribe to that, though...I don't get weirdly offended by improper grammar or spelling or anything.
I've been told I'm fun and easy to talk to, so if I seem like somebody you'd get along with don't hesitate to say 'Hi'!