Since i was young i was the tech person in my family. You family and neighbours would come to me about tech related problems they where having and i would fix it.
I was always just kind of avegare at everything, and still am.
In the past 2 years or so i tried a range of different things. I tried playing games like WoW because i heard about people that just love the game and the lore and everything and that that really was theyr passion. Or i tried programming in C#. Was kinda fun but i would not stay up untill the sun rises above the trees just programming away. I just didn't feel 'it'.
I switched to Linux for a while and found out that altough the conmmands of the Bash Shell and programming for the shell where not that hard and where kind of cool i didn't like the hassle, and stuff just didn't work and i was too bussy to troubleshoot it and fix it.
I tried (almost) everything. From blogging/writing to restoring my motorcycle to hardware to anime. Even astronomy and music. And all the things in between.
I am currently in college to get an network administrator degree and to be honest, i don't really like it. The only reason i am getting that degree is because this is the one i don't like the least.
My friends all have things they love. The one really loves anime and can talk about it for hours on end and the other really is in to machines and another one loves fishing and playing piano. The list go's on and on. And i am just there like yeah.. I kinda like playing Rocket League...
You hear about people finding their passion very early in live and loving it ever since. That always makes me jealous. I want to find my passing, my thing, too. But no matter what i try, i can't.
For the "Just Do It" challenge i tried writing short stories with inspiration from /r/writingprompts but i didn't like my stories and i was afraid of putting them online. They where not any good, really.
Maybe you will say something along the lines of "just stick too it and keep working on it and you will begin to like it". I've tried doing that. But after 6 months and you still don't like it, it means you really do not like it. Right?
So.. I don't know. I don't know what i want to do for a living and build a career out off, i don't know if i am even going to finish getting my degree, i don't know what else i could try and maybe find that to be my "thing".