No you are not being too fussy. You can do the things you want in life. I did. But there was a different economy when I was your age. One day's work could support me for a week. When I got into communes the ratio was even better. Today you have to spend a certain part of your life providing income to do what you want with the other times. It can be done. I work 4 days to enjoy life I want the other 3 days. A part of it is finding an income source that also fills some of your other needs and wants. That can come from enjoying the work you do or having it meet another need. Coming out of university, there is a a lot more to life than you have seen. You just need to decide where to start. What is the one most important thing to you now. Then once you know that let everything else go to support that. It may and should effect your job choice, where you live et al. Then you can add some secondary priorities and tailor things around them. Many people do this to start out. But then they get caught in a situation and just float along this river of life instead of taking charge and steering to where they want to go. This making choices to live the type of life you want is a continuous process. You must be vigilant to know what you want most and that you are presueing that. Also to be aware of when that changes and that it will change as you grow.
There are inquisitive people who make other sorts of lives work, but they work hard at it. Most, but not all, are seriously Type A. To read them, listen to them, even be in their presence can be exhausting. If you want a good idea of what life can be not doing the normal, ask around. Your probably already are within a step or tow talking with some. If you just want to look in the fish bowl, read <i>Getting Out</i>, a book about expatriating, or Timothy Ferris's <i>The Four Hour Work Week</i> (his web site is exhausting), or Felix Dennis's <i>How to Get Rich</i>. <br />
I have plans that differ considerably from the normal. I am enjoying getting to the place I want to be. I have no interest in becoming rich, but Dennis's book did more to clear my head than any other because he takes the time to describe some character trates that are useful if you care to be different.
Begin by questioning and challenging everything.<br />
But you will suffer!
Yeah read philosophy, start with ancient Greek stuff it's all about living the good life and what the good life is. Totally mind blowing.