I'm just starting out in college as a freshman right now, and I'm thinking I'd like to go the Business or Economics route (cliched, I know, but that's where a lot of the practical applications are these days, and dealing with current economic and financial situations is definitely interesting to me). My favorite subjects would probably be something along the lines of History or Writing, but there aren't a whole lot of practical applications in those fields for realistic careers. What major would best suit me?
-I'm "decent" at math, but I don't enjoy it a whole lot, and it comes difficult to me as well.
-I love to write, and I'm very good at putting my thoughts and assertions on paper in a convincing and rhetorically effective way.
-Dealing with modern day transactions and financial situations is quite interesting to me.
-The idea of economics, despite the necessity for a lot of math, intrigues me because of its versatility and role in the allocation of resources.
What majors could anyone recommend for me?