Why it’s important to be fascinated by something

My mom once told me I was the “ajonjolí de todos los moles”, which for those who don’t speak Spanish, it means that I like being in everything (the finger in every pie). By that I mean getting involved in different activities or hobbies (let’s call these passion sidelines), which are pretty much the many fascinations that I get myself into.

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How I see time to help me live in the now

Yesterday I received an email from my alma mater asking me to fill out a survey regarding my existence post-graduation. My shock didn’t come from realizing I haven’t really found a job I loved, but the part that read -“since your graduation six months ago…”- what?! Time is so inconspicuous, I wonder if my body has kept up with the fact that I am now (or at least, I should be) almost 23 years old.

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