I've always been passionate about my hobbies. I love learning, collecting, researching and developing new skills. Some of these skills have proven useful in my career, and some are just for me to enjoy.
Growing up together with my brother I had a Lot of hobbies including: painting, dancing, reading and adventure sports like Scuba diving & Paragliding. My love and passion for Aviation started from childhood and it was an early realization for being a fly girl.
Paragliding is something which gives an immense peace to my soul, I feel like a bird and feel connected to the vibrant blue sky.
“One should always combine the trade of art with one’s own passion which makes life dwelling simpler and more meaningful. As we enrol our passion our work life becomes more colourful rather than just running after odd jobs. To be happy in life, develop at least four hobbies: one to bring you money, one to keep you healthy, one to bring you joy, and one to bring you peace” _Stan Jacobs, The Dusk and Dawn Master
Hobbies inclined passion towards great work indeed giving us satisfaction. Right now I'm undergoing some training & it feels amazing to get closer and closer to my goal. In the end the goals are secondary, though. What I get out of my hobby is that it sets time aside just for me. Some people may feel exactly the opposite, needing a social hobby instead. We are all busy, especially during certain seasons of life. So be honest with yourself about what kind of time you have to devote to a hobby and don't over-commit or try something that you just realistically can't accomplish. A hobby is something you should do simply for yourself and it should make you feel good, not constantly sad that you aren't achieving as much as you think you should or are unable to really enjoy it.
Giving yourself freedom to explore different options is a great way to feel like you don't have to stick with something you end up not loving. So, go ahead and dip your toes in the water! We should always keep exploring and running through our souls to glorify our inner peace in the viscous circle called “Life”.