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5 Tips to Spice Up Your Life with an Exciting Passion

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5 Tips to Spice Up Your Life with an Exciting Passion

Post by Sam on Sat Jun 08, 2013 11:31 pm

Life can get pretty dull sometimes. It’s easy to get
caught in a routine of waking up, going to work and watching TV every day. The bad thing about a routine like this is how easy it
is to let it overcome your life. Before you know it, you’ve been doing the same
thing for weeks or even months. Then you wake up one day and realize that you need
a lot more excitement in your life. Fortunately there are a lot of different, fun activities you can do to spice up your life. That’s often just the thing you need to break up your
routine and insert some excitement back into your
days. If you’ve been stuck in your same boring routine for
a long time, you might not know exactly where to
start. Breaking out of your routine can be difficult,
but starting a new exciting pursuit you know nothing about can be even more intimidating. There are things you can do to make it a little easier
though. In fact once you read these tips, you’ll see
that finding an exciting passion is a little easier to do than you expect. 1. Find out what’s available in your area Some passions are going to be a lot easier for you
try than others. For example, someone in a warmer
climate won’t be able to go skiing on a regular basis.
But someone who lives in a colder area, this could
be a viable option. Take a look around to see what’s available to you.
Are there communities of people who share exciting
activities? Do a web search on the internet for
hobbies or groups. Websites like Meetup.com can
give you a great idea of exciting things going on in
your area. If you really want to get into an activity that’s not
readily available in your area, you can still try it.
That could involve a lot of traveling, but you can
make it work. It’s just easier to incorporate a
passion into your life if it’s in your area. 2. Just go for it As you search your area, make a list of anything
exciting you’d be open to try. While making the list,
keep your definition of exciting open. As long as it’s
exciting to you, that’s all that matters. Order the list from the one you’re most interested in
doing to the one you’re least interested in. Try to get
a list of at least five things. Once your list is complete, you just start with your
top choice and investigate it. Read about it to see
what you like or don’t like about it. Is this something
you could honestly see filling up a significant portion
of your time? It’s important to make time to actually go out and try
your activity. No matter what activity you’ve chosen,
there should be somewhere you can go to learn
about it. There should at least be an introductory
class you can take to get into it. 3. It’s OK to be a “newbie” It can be intimidating to start a new hobby. You look like you don’t know what you’re doing while
other people are around who are so good at it. On my first attempt surfing, I was surpassed by other
people who obviously knew what they were doing. It
made me feel inadequate. I wondered if I was a
hindrance to the people around me.
But it’s ok to be new. Everyone has to start somewhere. Most people
won’t get annoyed with you; many will even want to
help you out. As I learned to surf, I had many
experienced surfers lend their tips. 4. Try each one a couple of times I’ve learned that trying something new once is good,
but it’s really the second or third time trying it when
you really learn about it. You have to try things
several times to see if it’s something you really like. Don’t just try something once and forget about it.
You have to give it several attempts to see if it is
really a good fit for you or not. 5. Get rid of any activities you can’t stand Of course, some things you’ll try just won’t be a good
fit for you. Even if it was something at the top of
your list, it just might not be right for you. Don’t try to force it. If you tried it several times and
it’s not working, get rid of it. Move on to something
else. It’s good to be open to new activities, but don’t feel
bad if it doesn’t work out. You might have an
expectation of what an activity or hobby is like before
you try it, but that could all change once you actually start doing it.

Sam
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