It’s important to have passions, hobbies and things we love to do. These differ from person to person and they come in a variety of forms (don’t forget stamp collecting, that’s still a thing). No matter what it is, this makes a person stand out and feel like they have a different view of what life means to them. It is often found that as time passes, the moments saved for hobbies succinctly passes as a result of the vivid change in life and the activities that once mattered so much to us are just forgotten. It is vital that we continue to keep a strong grasp on the things that mean so much to us. It allows us to break free from stereotypes as well as the usual routine, be gifted in anything we choose and allows a strong bond between us and the things we love that can bring positivity into the world.
My posts have a long track record of being motivational or happy (at least most of the time). I guess the takeaway message from this post is to remember the hobbies you spent so long doing as a child and just keep doing them. Pick up that paintbrush, that camera, those running shoes or that stamp collection and get back to it. Don’t forget the qualities that make you unique.