Although it's great to continue checking in with yourself with what resonates in your college coursework and that can help give you an idea of the path you would like to be on... I regret not spending enough time learning what my end game would be in getting two English degrees. If you live in a thriving city environment, there will probably more fields in which an English degree helps, but if you are in the suburbs or bumblefuck your options dwindle. Many english grad students end up adjunct-ing for a while and that DOES NOT PAY WELL. Many English programs are designed to produce professors and if you don't want to become a professor, then you will need a very clear idea of what you want to do with your degree and be making career connections while you are in school. Be a frequent visitor to your career counseling office, know what is available in the area you plan to be living in. Sadly, even though English majors are among the smartest humans, society at large things "everyone can read and write, so what's the big deal?"