Should I even bother any more?
I have been working with computers for the past 10+ years, and I'm two classes away from completing an IT degree. But the problem is, I've realized that I'm probably not the best match for my career. The truth is, I'm not very logical/mathematical, and my memory sucks. I feel like most of what I've managed to do has merely been a combination of luck, intuition, and good research skills. And I SUCK with Windows 7, and will probably suck even more with Windows 8, because nothing past XP makes any sense to me. On top of that, I'm comfortable with Linux, but I'm not really proficient with Linux either. I feel like I'm all washed up... I can't even think of any projects I would like to do any more that would help me build my skills... and I'm getting a degree that specializes in networking, but I can't even figure out net blocks (subnet masks). Not to mention I feel like as computers get easier to use/as there are more programs that do a variety of things, I just get dumber and dumber.
The only thing I have going for me right now is the fact that I run a popular Linux blog (probably popular due to my good writing skills more than any kind of proficiency in Linux) and all my IT instructors so far have had nothing but praises for me and tell me I show "promise".
Should I even bother with this? And if not, how do I scrap my entire work history and a degree for something else?