Finding what you love to do, then doing it!


What is it that you absolutely love to do?  For me, there are several things that I would consider my passion.  For one, I love connecting with other human beings and I love making connections with my friends.  I love writing and teaching and I really love being outside.  Living in a place such as Palm Springs is wonderful because our great city boasts of sunshine 354 days of the year!  Hiking and being in the beauty of nature is another favorite of mine.  I love exploring new places with friends. 

Today in your writing examine what are your passions.  Do you have things you love that you know longer do?  Take a step and write down your passions and then go about doing what it is you love.  Maybe you want to explore something you have never tried before, go for it.  Do what makes your heart sing.

Finding my passion is one of the greatest things I can do for myself.  Connect with you and see what it is you love!

2 Comments to “Finding what you love to do, then doing it!”

  1. Tammy, what kind of story is that when you have not explained the pictures above it? It doen’t say how you went hiking with those people and who they are, and you went too late in the day, and you got lost, and it got dark —– and all the while your oldest student is worried sick and because she has been here 40 years and has to hear about all the “hikers” who get lost or injured and have to be saved, and the ones who don’t get saved. Grateful you made it back. Melitas

    • Melitas, maybe in your next blog you can pick up my slack!

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