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Anonymous said: I am passionate about the outdoors, and well being of nature, animals, etc. the future of the earth and everything that inhabits it. I'm passionate about inspiring people to see the true beauty of this world.

this ^

consistent-change said: hi i miss you you're asking about passions and mine is little babies :3 well , kids in general... the only thing i want in my whole life is to be a mom :3 it seems a little impossible with all of the health complications i have going on but yeah :3

ADOPTION! there are tons and tons of little ones that need a wonderful mommy just like you! (: that’s awesome though.

nedschnayblay said: Film

That’s rad. What are your favorite parts of being involved with film? What could you say you’ve achieved so far? I hear it’s lots of work having film as a hobby! But that’s cool.

Tell me your passion.

Anonymous said: my passion is reading!!

well what are your favorite books?? I love reading also!

Tell me your passion.

Anonymous said: love, always and forever.

I can relate! (: Who are the most important people in your life? who/what deserves this passion from you?

Tell me your passion.

I want to know what you’re passionate about.

Please send me one word describing what, right now, your world revolves around.

What is your passion?

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Best Procrastination Tip Ever

Post written by Leo Babauta.

Your first thought as you look at this article will be, “I’ll read this later.”

But don’t. Let the urge to switch to a new task pass. Read this now.

It’ll take you two minutes. It’ll save you countless hours.

I’ve written the book on ending procrastination, but I’ve since come up with a very simple technique for beating everyone’s favorite nemesis. It is incredibly easy, but as with anything, it takes a little practice.

Try it now:

Identify the most important thing you have to do today.

Decide to do just the first little part of it — just the first minute, or even 30 seconds of it. Getting started is the only thing in the world that matters.

Clear away distractions. Turn everything off. Close all programs. There should just be you, and your task.

Sit there, and focus on getting started. Not doing the whole task, just starting.

Pay attention to your mind, as it starts to have urges to switch to another task. You will have urges to check email or Facebook or Twitter or your favorite website. You will want to play a game or make a call or do another task. Notice these urges.

But don’t move. Notice the urges, but sit still, and let them pass. Urges build up in intensity, then pass, like a wave. Let each one pass.

Notice also your mind trying to justify not doing the task. Also let these self-rationalizing thoughts pass.

Now just take one small action to get started. As tiny a step as possible.

Get started, and the rest will flow.