TAIT: Stay Interested
Most of us know what we're passionate about. We know what makes us tick, what really gets us going. What we're not so good at sometimes is making time for it. As you may know, I love photography. Love love love photography. I had gotten into a rut for a while of never taking my DSLR anywhere. I claimed that it was too heavy, too bundlesome, and inconvenient. My poor little DSLR that I had invested so much money in sat in my closet and collected dust.
I'm so thankful for blogging, because it forced me to wipe the dust off of my beloved camera and reconnect with it; and I'm so happy that it did. I hardly ever leave the house without it now. I get so lost in it now to the point that people around me probably find it obnoxious. Here's what I've learned though: we can never improve or become more knowledgable in our passion if we push it to the wayside in order to take on everything else that life throws at us. Making time for what you're passionate about may not always be easy, but it will bring you joy. It will make you realize why you were so passionate about it in the first place.
So whatever it is that you're passionate about, make time for it, stay interested in it, and always strive to learn more and improve. You won't regret it.