In this busy world that we live in we rarely find time for ourselves to devote to our passion and keep it growing. Finding time for your passion is very essential and keeping that passion alive is crucial.

Here are 3 tips to find the time and keep your passion alive.


With the advancement of technology and the development of social media, a lot of us unknowingly spent hours being involved. While it is good to be connected and be active in a community, it kills a lot of our personal time. So minimise the use of social medias and make use of that extra time to devote to your passion.


As an individual, we are committed to a lot of activities. As a part of the community it is our duty to be involved in such commitments. But we must never shadow our passion for the sake of commitments. It’s a bad choice. Manage the commitments in such a way that it doesn’t interfere with your passion.


Spent some hours daily on your passion so that you get good at it. Not only does it bring you the happiness but it will give you a feeling of fulfilment. If you are really passionate about something then you must keep doing it everyday, no excuses. Involvement is the best way to get to ahead and make you excel.

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12 replies

  1. Ur words are true…thanks for sharing …☺

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  2. Thank you so much. I am glad that you liked it 😊

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  3. Very true.. social media is only taking 80 percent of time and yea we cant ignore the people around us. Again what I feel is that when you get involved in your passion you tend to ignore other things. In my case I used to spend lot of time in instagram, but from the time I started blogging and started writing, Insta is sidetracked.

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  4. Very true. Thanks for sharing

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  5. Yes, If you really love your passion, then you should find time to do it.

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