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  1. June 13, 2017

    Love this so much! There’s so much pressure on finding a passion, especially if you’re feeling lost on what you want to do. You just have to dig back to those grounding roots and explore around.

    So happy I came across your blog, it’s similar to what I am trying to achieve on my own. :)

    Warmly,

    Christina // http://www.thecaffeinista.com

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  2. June 13, 2017

    Because we write a blog about home decor and all things related, I first want to say you look so at peace and productive sitting in the alcove off the front door! Then I’d like to add one thing to your list. After 35 and growing successful years in the design industry, I have to say finding passion and keeping it going is possible when we surround ourselves with other like minded people. You got this girl!-Laurel

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  3. June 14, 2017

    Great informative article. You only get to know what you like through doing things. So its always better to get going and take action…

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  4. June 19, 2017

    Great post! Really useful.

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  5. June 19, 2017
    Tiffany says

    This was a great blog post. I actually have a vision board, that I like to look at when I’m thinking about my life. I found my passion’s; I think my problem is concentrating on one thing at a time. I want to tackle it all and it ends up consuming me. Sometimes it feels like there’s not enough time to accomplish everything you want to do and that’s where it gets tricky. So I guess another follow up question for you post is “how can one tackle all their passions without letting that drive burn you out?”

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

    Tiffany
    http://simplybeinggreat.net

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  6. June 28, 2017
    Fatima says

    So very helpful! thank u so much

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  7. July 6, 2017

    It’s great advice to dig deep and ask yourself additional questions such as “What parts of these activities did you really like?” etc. because sometimes you feel like you really enjoy a certain activity when in reality you only enjoyed one part of it which you can experience doing other activities as well.I’m also a fan of vision boards:)
    Great article!

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