Everyone talks about finding passion and purpose, but admittedly, it’s not an easy thing to do. In your 30s, you may be questioning your own achievements—at times, even comparing them others'—and wondering if you’re even on the right track.

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"Finding meaning" may seem vague, but if you break it down to a day-to-day level, changing a few things in your routine and opening yourself up to new opportunities for growth can be your first step in finding a sense of renewal in your personal and professional life. Arriane Serafico, author of the book Existential Courage: A Survival Guide For Your Existential Crisis (And All The Ones After That), shares that there’s always the opportunity to learn something new:

“I feel like everything that I do is an avenue for me to learn,” she shares. “I’m always reading, I’m always watching—even the conversations I have with different people, that’s always an avenue for me to learn. So it doesn’t have to be a ‘formal classroom’ for you to learn.”

Watch the full video here:

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PRODUCER: Charlene J. Owen

ASSISTANT PRODUCER/STYLIST: Patricia Melliza

PHOTOGRAPHER: Julian Rodriguez

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VIDEOGRAPHERS: Jean Saturnino, Jham Mariano, Vincent Mendez

HAIR AND MAKEUP: Elaine Ganuelas

TEAM ART DIRECTOR: Jico Joson

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Ysabel Yuzon

Shot on location in Caferista, 11 Brixton Street, Kapitolyo, Pasig

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