Years ago I was kinda science nerd. Back in school, I was really interested in space, computers, the human mind and all that stuff. While I loved Computer Science, I had ironically problems with Math. But not becouse I did not understand what they try to teach us. The reason was, I did not get the idea behind. Why are mathematical equations true and how does it really works? I was not interested in things, which my calculator can do way better than me. So I basicaly got lost over time. I could program a computer to solve such mathematical equations. So why should I bother to do it by my own?

That got me into Philosophy. After finishing high school, I started to study mathematical logic at the university. It really hounted me.
What is the connection between the *real world* and this *other thing*?
And what has this all to do with our minds?
I was not really good in formal logic, as it was another abstract layer for me. But I got an understand of the basics and most important of the logical thinking.
There is this borderline area between formal logic and philosohpy,
which took my attention. I learnd that some of my questions, which
drove me and where the reason for my sutdies in the first place, have
no answer and will never have. But I also learnd a lot about science
and reasoning. So I graduated than in Philosophy of Science. This mixture of theoretical thinking and still have a real world scenario was what I was looking for.