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Re-entering the real world again....... what should I do? watch

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    Hello everyone,

    Recently (for a good few months now), I've been living a purely realist/survival esque lifestyle. By this, I mean I've been thinking about exams and work that are going to help me in the future and waking up just to do monotonous work. Whilst I've been quite social too (going to clubs, out with friends etc), I haven't been able to relax and enjoy myself at these events due to lots of focus on the important stuff. Ideally, I'd now like to start doing the things I wanted to do that aren't related to my university degree and career and start really developing these interests/hobbies rather than keeping them as things I do in my spare time casually. I suppose my question is, how do you go about really becoming passionate about this and incorporating into a daily routine? When I decided to start up an interest again, it starts well but I find myself losing motivation quickly, and trying to find a new hobby so I don't have to take it seriously and can drop it whenever. Any advice would be great.


    Well you need something that you are really interested in?

    One of my hobbies is playing the piano and learning to read new music. I love it and it helps me to relax.
    You will find something just keep at it.
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