I used to want to work for Nintendo making video games, but I quietly shelved that dream in elementary school. Someone told me that you could make video games with C++, so when I was at a book store, I found a book on it. Not really fully understanding what programming was, I thought it was a book on making games (not a hard logic leap when you're 9 or 10), so I flipped to somewhere in the middle, saw some complicated shit, and then forever disregarded it.
I'm actually not bad at programming, I just don't really know any languages, nor have any drive. Right now, my dream is to just roll with life and survive reasonably. I live with my parents, so I'll probably do that for as long as possible, then whenever they pass on, inherit the house, any money they leave me, and use any money I have saved up to basically "retire." If that means fucking about with meager parttime jobs for 2-3 decades, that's fine I guess. Jobs and careers make me overworry and overstress, and I want to avoid that.