Thriving as a Multi-Passionate in Career and Business

Do you get bored really easily? Change jobs often, or just can’t decide that one thing you want to do with your life?

You could be a multi-passionate.

Not sure what I mean? Check out the video below on what it means to be a multi-passionate and how you can make it work for your career and business.

For more information on being a multi-passionate I recommend you check out the site puttylike.com

Are you a multi-passionate? How do you make it work for you? Let me know in the comments below.

Money Talks – Spring is Coming

Dear Winter,

You know what we had some fun this past three months, right? I mean, I know I took a break from you to head to summery USA for four weeks . But we had some quality time anyway. I did enjoy snuggling up on the couch with a book while you rained down outside. And those nights I made a big pot of curry to warm me up were memorable.

I’m sorry, but it’s over now. Look, it’s not you. It’s me. I’m just a warm weather girl at heart (well, I am a summer baby after all). And I just prefer wearing cute tops and sandals to heavy boots and jackets. So let’s not make a big deal about this, okay? Try not to come back next week, seeing if we can get back together. It’s just not going to happen.

Kthanksbye…

Links for You

Can’t see the video? Head through to the post to view or head over to YouTube.

Have you ever noticed how happy people also seem to be really successful. Is it that they are happy because they are successful, or successful because they are happy? Michelle over at Shop Your Closet Project would tell you positivity is the foundation of prosperity (and I agree).

Tonya at Budget and the Beach is one super cool lady, and I really like her blog posts. But this one on how she got her groove back? Brilliant!

If you’ve thought about starting a blog, you should check out this GoGirlFinance post on four smart ladies you have turned their blog into a business.

Speaking of work, NZ muse wrote about jobs she once thought would be cool to do (but changed her mind). I wanted to be a financial planner too, but think I’m probably better suited to writing.

Sarah at Live to List wrote about the scourge of cheap stuff. I get where she is coming from – I want to spend more money and buy quality items that will last, but often it’s hard to determine where a higher price means higher quality.

PS How To Boost Your Super Now to Retire Rich Later