Just let it keep filling up your wall, and your life, and your love and good things will come. The first is happiness. I can attest to that for sure. I am in love, and yet, I am still so new to the game that I know I still have a lifetime more to learn, to do, and to enjoy.
Everyone has something that they love to do. Many people have something that they would love to do more if they had more time, more money, more of whatever it is they don’t have that prevents them from doing it. I believed for a long time that I couldn’t be an artist, and that money and time would get in the way. There’s one thing I learned, however, and that’s the most difficult part of doing what you love to do is making the decision to do it. Many of us grow up in guilt-ridden societies, or communities that pressure us to behave a certain way that is prohibitive against our personal passions. Some of us simply don’t make our passions a priority. Yes, there are consequences to pursuing your passions; it’s not easy all of the time as the struggle is real. But wouldn’t you rather struggle doing something you love than be emotionally drained keeping your head above water doing something that someone else told you is important? There are risks, but it’s worth it.
Never stop loving what you love to do.