Are there a million and one things you'd like to do? I have so many interests and often wish to pursue them all right this moment. Of course that isn't possible to do everything at once. Often times we think that if it isn't done now, it will never happen. That's not the case.
Barbara Sher says (in one of her books) to make a plan. For those of us who like to do a million things, she's defined us as being scanners. Check out her website at www.barbarasher.com or www.geniuspress.com to learn more.
The reason I'm bringing her up is because I'd like to discuss a technique of hers. She says that when you feel you cannot do everything you want to do, you should make a life plan. Realistically most of have at least 20+ years even after retirement. Given that I'm 27, I likely have 50 more years.
That said, make out a life plan. Say you wanted to write a book, become a composer, and become an illustrator. Would it be so hard to spend the next 2 years writing a book, then next 4 years studying music, and then the next 4 years working on art? That leaves me with 40 years to do whatever I want! Or you could do it differently. The first quarter of the year you work on art, the second quarter music, the third a book, and the fourth you relax. It's all up to you.
It's more than likely you have plenty of time to live the life you love. If you have trouble choosing just one thing, don't worry, just plan it out!
Write out all the things you'd like to do.
Next, make a 1 year plan.
Then, make a 5 year plan.
Then, make a 10 year plan.
This is supposed to be a fun thing to do. This isn't like when you are being interviewed and you are asked in front of a panel of people "where do you see yourself in five years". Your life should be fun and your plan should include fun, too!
Make a plan, relax, and start living it!