Want to See My Passion Board?

I have finally finished my Passion Board and am happy to share it with all of you. I first mentioned the Passion Board project in my Three Travel Bites of the Week a few months ago.  Got Passport came up with this artistic idea to cut out words or pictures from magazines that represent your passion, whether it be travel, books, music, sports, or food, and paste it all onto a poster board creating a collage. With this visual it is easier to focus on what is most important in your life – your passions. Got Passport is inviting everyone to create a Passion Board and share it on your blog and invite others, through Twitter, to get creative as well.

As you can see, I am a lover of words or quotes that inspire me to travel, eat, read, love, and have a positive outlook in everything I do. It took me a while to put this together but I was just taking my time trying to find the right words. I like the fact that I can always look at this board now anytime I want to, especially when I am feeling defeated. I encourage you to create your Passion Board and share it with everyone.

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4 thoughts on “Want to See My Passion Board?

  1. “Who’s Hungry for Change” Love that. Thanks so much for participating and sharing your passion. Would it be possible to have a photo of your passion board that can be enlarged. I feel like I’m missing some of it from the small picture.

    GREAT Board. On-ward and forward eh???
    .-= GotPassport´s last blog ..My Empty Closet =-.

  2. I’m glad you like it! Thanks for giving everyone the idea. I can enlarge it and send it to your e-mail. Thanks!

  3. Thanks Candice! Haha, food is definitely a passion. I procrastinated a little but yep got it done. I saw your Vegemite video and loved it. So funny!

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