In college people often are constantly looking towards the future. I’m often asked questions like: “What’s your major?” and, “What do you want to do with your major?” These are questions that look toward a future job, or profession. Often people react to hearing someone else’s major by mentioning how they’re going to make so much money in the future, or on the other side of the spectrum that there’s no money in that profession. Often people in college are really focussed on being in a major that is considered to make a greater salary, and not necessarily a love for what they are doing. I feel that this isn’t the right approach. Honestly for my future, along with many other college students, I have absolutely no idea what I want to do. As a freshman in college it’s intimidating to be thinking about something that seems like it’s so far away. For me, when looking towards the future it’s not as important to me whether what I’m doing makes a lot of money, but that I enjoy doing it, and that it makes a positive impact on others. With only three weeks left in my freshman year it’s often hard to think about what I might be doing after I graduate. Having just graduated high school a year ago, and just recently selected a major, time always seems to be moving very quickly. I often like to take a moment and think about what I’m doing, and why I’m doing it. I think this is important to do every so often so you don’t lose sight of your goals or what’s ahead, and can think about whether what you’re working towards can really make a positive impact on others and on the community.