To add to your confusion, I am going to give you the opposite advice of what Tayrak has given you: take your time doing 'nothing' until you have figured out what you really want. Figuring out what you want is actually very hard work - even if it may look like you aren't doing anything to the outside world.
I dropped out the Industrial Design course at the university, because I was really unhappy there and then caved in to my parent's wish to do "do something", so I ended up choosing another major only to drop out again after three months. What. A. Total. Waste.
The second major was doomed to failure from the get go, because it was not what I wanted at all. I didn't know what I wanted and I needed time to figure it out. Going back to school did nothing other than give my parents a false sense of my being on my way for a little while.
Figuring out what the heck you want to do with your life can be hard. No, it IS hard! Take your time for it. If you need some income, find an easy job that helps you get by. Don't believe it when people say there is only a limited window for finding jobs after college - it's not true. Don't believe it when people say that you have to start your career now and not later - it's not true.
You will find your way.