So the reason I was looking into these, is because they are STEM majors, and I had heard those are the most practical. However, after looking into it, the whole STEM thing seems to sort of be a myth, and a Biology doesn't really set you up any better than say, an English degree. So, if I were to choose something like that, I'd really I need to be doing it because its something I love, which I'm not really sure either of those are, just things I be interested in knowing more about.
One thing that interests me is maybe double majoring in Journalism or some other sort of writing major, along with biology, physics, or something else and hopefully land a job at a science (or non-science) based magazine or website and have a good back up, because even though I'm not a very good writer, that would be a more "labor of love" sort of deal, as I've never really liked working in labs and doing that grind, but I love reading crap online and listening to interesting and funny podcasts.
Back to square one.