What You Love



June 20, 2012

So often we get caught up in the world of money. It seems the decisions we make, the things we do, and the goals we set are all pointing toward a full bank account and the lastest of electronics on our fingertips. As a young adult with money issues, I can attest to this fact. Many of my waking and sleeping hours are consumed with deciding how to make it from paycheck to paycheck. While making the large paychecks is necessary to stay afloat in this world’s economy, there is something to be said about doing what you love. Your mental health will be improved and with that will the rest of life’s tasks will fall into place with less stress.

But through all of people I’ve had to prove wrong, I’ve learned something extremely important: when you stay true to yourself and true to what you true passion is everything will fall into place. It can be cliché to say, but being honest with yourself is much more rewarded than existing in an environment where your soul goal is to cash a fat paycheck. If you are truly honest and invest time and effort into something that you love, the rest will fall into place. That doesn’t mean life will always be easy, or that you will always be rewarded with those fat paychecks… But at the end of the day when all is calm but your thoughts, you will be happy and thankful for your position in life no matter what it is, because you are doing something so unique to you and so close to your heart, how could you not be happy?

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