By Charlotte Latvala
For some time now, you’ve noticed your friends talking about “following their passion” and quoting Elizabeth Gilbert and Cheryl Strayed.
The unavoidable truth is that every self-respecting middle-aged person needs a passion – even if the only thing you’ve felt passionate about recently was binge-watching old episodes of Lost while eating Domino’s pan pizza.
What do you really love? More importantly, what can you afford to love? (I was about to book a trip to India when I realized it would cost more than the $200 currently in my checking account.)
Big passions are expensive. So why not settle for a smoldering mild interest, instead of an all-consuming flame? Here are some starters. Continue reading