Find your passion in life

Find your passion in life

Having a passion is healthy. This one doesn’t have to be big at all. A passion can be temporary or long, but having one is always good for you.

And don’t immediately think about a relationship or here she comes with something floaty, but think about a hobby or work. How to find your passion?

Large or small

Being passionate about something, ardently going for something, it may sound a bit exaggerated or you may immediately think of romance or something floaty, but passion does not have to be anything grand or connected to a relationship or love, of course. It can also be something small that makes you happy or joyful. So you can be driven in your work, but also have a passion for a hobby or perhaps have a life mission.

It’s all possible and it can be so good for you. But if you don’t have this, how do you find it?

Passion is important

But why go for something like this? Why be driven to something? Actually very simple; Because it is healthy to have a passion. With a passion you are inspired and motivated, you become more productive and are more satisfied. Just think of a job that makes you feel so good.

Or a hobby in which you have found yourself.

You don’t know what your passion is

Then ask yourself the following questions:

  1. What fascinates you?
  2. Are there things you want to change?
  3. What makes you forget all about time?
  4. What qualities would you like to have?
  5. What topics would you like to talk and read about every day?
  6. What can you do with great satisfaction, without being paid for it?

What brings you satisfaction?

By asking yourself these questions you can discover your passion. Of course this does not always have to be a paid job, also look at hobbies’s, what makes you happy right now? If I look at myself, besides blogging, I would be very happy with a desk full of craft supplies, glue on my fingers and a head working overtime with creative ideas.

Only recently have I had this passion, this started with drawing, followed by a drawing course and has now completely ended up in Junk Journaling, a hobby I give my little free time to with love.