My problem is that I have no idea what that is.
I love my family. If I could somehow stay home and make enough money to give my family a comfortable life, I would totally do it. I love spending time with my family. I just don’t see how spending more time with my family will make me more money.
I am committed to my religion. Given how much time I spend each week doing something related to my religion, I better be. Again, I am not sure how I could make a career out of living my religion, particularly one that relies on volunteerism and a lay ministry. I suppose I could start a Mormon bookstore. That just seems kind of weird, and having
cheap thrifty Mormons as one’s clients just opens up a whole different can of worms.
Beyond those two things, I am not sure what else there is.
After a discussion during the most recent Lethbridge tweetup, I was thinking more about the idea of discovering my passion. One thing I thought might kick start this is to list out some of my interests and favourite pastimes.
- Public speaking
- Writing poetry
- Being underwater (swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling)
- Cooking over wood-fuelled fire
- Taking photographs
- City planning
I am sure someone who knows me will mention something about grammar. I don’t know if that is something I enjoy as much as it is hating seeing/hearing bad grammar.
Now to think about this some more.