Living Your Passion?

If you’re not doing the things that make you super excited about life, you will not be super excited about life.

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Jill Sylvester, LMHC

If you feel like you are not living with passion, with purpose and that life is just passing you by, consider this:

If you’re not doing the things that make you super excited about life, you will not be super excited about life.

Let’s keep this really simple:

What are the things you enjoying doing?

Are you doing them?

Monthly? Weekly? Daily?

Yes, you should be doing the things you love to do on a daily basis.

To learn strategies on how, click here:Trust Your Intuition: The Podcast
Licensed mental health counselor and author Jill Sylvester discusses strategies and tips, along with trusting your own…

Jill Sylvester is a licensed mental health counselor, author of the self-help book, “Trust Your Intuition: 100 Ways to Transform Anxiety and Depression for Stronger Mental Health,” the Young Adult novels, “The Land of Blue,” “Awakening,” Book 1 in the Devon: Dream Agent series and host of the “Trust Your Intuition Podcast.” Her work has been featured in Well+Good, Bustle, SheKnows, WorkingMother, Parenthood, TeenMentor, and To receive her free weekly blog containing tips to better your life, subscribe at

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