The whole thing stresses me out.
As I tried to sort out this mess, I realized a few things...
1. Your degree doesn't necessarily matter to the job you may have one day. Unless, of course, you are planning on being a scientist or engineer or want to go into a specialty job. A lot of majors/degrees are a lot more versatile than you'd think (or so the internet tells me... I'm only a sophomore in college; what do I know?)
2. Not knowing what you want to do is okay. A lot of people are convinced that a Bachelor's degree is all you need to be successful and happy in life. It will lead to a career you'll love, a salary that will end up paying off the debt you inevitably have, and we will all happily dance off into the sunset in our fancy business suits with our paychecks, blah blah blah. The thing is, these days a normal four year degree isn't even that competitive of a thing to have. So, hey, think of it this way: if you end up disliking your major at the end of these four years... there's always grad school if you want?
And there is always the option of a second degree, whether it be another Bachelor or Associates degree.
Yes, this post is short, but the point is: STOP STRESSING. Do what makes you happy and keeps you healthy (mentally and physically) in the moment. If you find yourself staying up 'til 4am writing up lab reports only to realize you are miserable... stop what you are doing. Change your major. But really, who cares? It's only 4 years and a piece of paper. Stop stressing.