I cannot begin to share with you all how many people I come across that lack this. It is almost like if they have lost that "something" to get through the day. So I asked myself, why? What is that makes people not be able to find this within themselves...and well there is a multitude of answers. However, the biggest obstacle that stops people from feeling passion, being successful, accepting change and from being is themselves.
The saying "do what you love and you will not work a day in your life" is true in my book. Yes, I know that sometimes we have to sacrifice things in order to survive and pay bills but life is made up of much more than that. To me, passion is incredibly important and every day no matter what I do or who I talk to, not only do I look to find that passion in others but I try to spread it. I read an article recently that discussed habits of passionate people and they are so on point that I hope you take a moment to seek these habits within you or in those around you.
20 Habits Passionate People Live by:
Courage, excitement, determination, positivity, single-mindedness, growth-oriented, selective, non-perfectionistic, prioritized, self-motivated, acceptance, generous, non-balance, personal power, happiness, fun, perspective, realistically dreamy, conditionally open-minded, excuse-free.
Let it sink in...and make small changes in your life to make things happen!
Now...FOOD! Being so close to the super-bowl, why not impress at that game day party...
Crowd pleaser...guaranteed and super quick!
This is my version of a sanduchon aka stacked sandwich:
What you will need:
1 loaf of sliced bread
Cream cheese (flavored or plain)
Added extras: pickles, tomatoes, bacon etc...
How to make:
Cut off the crust from the whole bread. Mix a couple of tablespoons of cream cheese with a couple of mayo (try to get it as smooth as possible). Spread enough to cover one slice of bread, then add ham, turkey, cheese and any of the added extras (I personally like it just without the extras). Spread some more of the cream cheese-mayo mix on another slice of bread on both side and keep stacking until you do the whole loaf. Be careful not to let it fall. Lay out on a flat surface a large piece of bounty on top of foil. Gently lay the stacked sandwich down and wrap first in the bounty then the foil. Place in the refrigerator for 2 hours or in the freezer for 1 hour so that it is easy to slice.
Tips: too tall? do half the loaf, alternate flavors. Use a serrated knife when you slice. Kick up the flavor by adding some pineapple jelly.. yes trust me it is hmm hmm good!