Do one thing that you love, and enjoy everything you do.
I did not grow up wanting to be a cook or a caterer, in fact I had no idea what I wanted to do for a career. However, from even before I can remember I did know that I loved to bake. I was a little girl who saw my mother as the Magic Queen Baker and always dreamed to be one myself.
It was simple, when I baked I was comfortable. We just fit together. When I mixed eggs, flour and baking power I knew it was up to my hands to do it right. And it all made sense, even if I was too young to actually know that the baking powder was helping the bubbles in the batter get bigger.
The comfort I felt followed me throughout elementary school when my father convinced me that by starting a cookie business I would be a millionaire by the time I was 14 (didn't happen btw). The comfort was there when I transferred high schools and ended up in my first nutrition class with Miss K, and to University when I had five assignments due but baking at 11 PM did not sound like procrastination at all.
By the time I graduated I realized that the comfortable feeling I had towards my hobby had ignited passion. I still do not know what I want to do for my career, but what I do know is that I love what I am doing right now. One day I still might grow up to be a Magic Queen Baker like my mother, but today I am just as happy being, A.R.T. Creation's Owner, Cook, Coordinator and BAKER.