Is It Your Dream?

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue
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Finding a career that you enjoy and look forward to pursuing can be a difficult process. It can be hard to determine what you will be passionate about while still being able to afford the bills, and in some cases, you might feel like you have to compromise your wants and needs in order to finance your life. However, that is not always true. Though people do things differently, there are ways to find something that you are passionate about that also supports your lifestyle. Here are a few suggestions on how to do that.

1. Find a career that you are passionate about that you can teach people about.

If you have an interest in an art or talent that can also be taught to others, then consider being an educator in the thing that you like to do. This is a way to do what you love while making money by charging for classes or lessons.

2. Find a career in which you help others.

If you have an interest in electronics, construction, or repair, then consider opening a business in which you can use these skills to help people. For instance, if you know how to build a shed, then you could contract your services to others. If you can repair old toys, then let people know. There are several services that people need every day, and by charging for your service, you will be able to do what you love and make money.

3. Find a career that can be written about or one that would make a good video documentary.

Having an interest in fashion or cooking can be useful as you might be able to participate in that career field while writing in a blog or making videos online that show your techniques. This is a way to make money from something that you love while still being able to do it.

You don't have to give up your dreams. Sometimes, you just have to be creative, so think about what you love to do, and create a plan that will help you enjoy that interest while funding your lifestyle.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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