How to find your passions
Most people have more than one passion, whether it be passions that emerge from your work life or passions that envelope your home and family life.
Passion is what you find beauty in, such as art or sport. Passion gives life a purpose.
Finding what brings you a feeling of satisfaction and joy is the first step. Making time for improvements or simply experiencing a passion is the second step. When you are living your passion, unhealthy habits and harmful, negative thoughts are forgotten, at least for a little while. Avoiding compulsive and unhealthy habits such as overeating or eating when anxious is an important step towards reaching your beauty goals.
Passion is what puts you in the zone.
What do you see yourself doing when you daydream? Where do you go during a good nighttime dream? You don’t have to completely change your life to live your dreams but could you modify your dreams to fit into your current life situation?
Are you an indoor or outdoor type of person?
Do you like adventure or are you a homebody that loves arts and crafts?
Introvert or extrovert?
Are you into self improvement or education?
These questions and more importantly your answers will serve as your compass to guide you to your life’s passions.
My passion of choice is travel especially to a remote locale. Experiencing a new culture or new scenery even in the United States helps me live in the moment, get out of my own head and enjoy the simple experience of living life.
Finding your passions and of course finding the time to devote to your passions at least once or twice per week and is part of our beauty schedule.