Robbie, have you considered any kind of entrepeneurship? Take something you love (Coke, I guess?) and try to turn it into a small business opportunity - selling on Ebay, mail-order, a small shop, whatever. I read (latest Readymade, I think) about a college liberal arts major who turned his college hobby of printing t-shirts into a legit retail opportunity in your neck of the woods.
I've been in a similar rut for a while (abetted by making enough money at my current job to not particularly give a fuck - I'm poor by StyleForum standards, but comfortable), but I'm going back to school for marketing/business this fall.
I've spent years halfheartedly pursuing English/history and fine arts - but the truth is I don't want to be a teacher or academic, and I don't have the mindset to be a commercial photographer. Nor do I want to punch a clock for the rest of my life in an unrewarding office job subject to the whims of others. So I'm trying to figure out a way to fit my aesthetic and sociological interests into business - right now I'm looking at places like 20x200.com, tinyshowcase.com, even 'curated' retail spaces like SelfEdge and Stronghold LA as inspiration.
I might fail miserably, but I feel like my life is moving forward more right now than it has been in years.