As an educator we strive to create students that fall in love with learning and pushing themselves. We strive to try and find what motivates them. This is certainly easier said than done in a classroom of 25-30 students.
One thing you can do is continuously strive to push your own interests. Take care of you, and you will understand your students and their needs more. I have 2 interests. Music, in particular DJing and exercising. I love both equally. Maybe music a little more, but a good run or lifting session does make me feel better than sitting at turntables for an hour.
One is creation and one is stress relief. I would push you to find at least 2 hobbies that satisfy these needs. Reading, knitting, drawing, walking, adult team sports, etc. There are many options.
Just find yours. It keeps me going and I promise it will keep you going too.
My writing is just here to document and keep my other 2 hobbies honest.
My number 1 passion is children and their growth, so I have that covered. Thank goodness my 9-5, satisfies my number #1 need. I can only imagine if I worked at a bank and I had to have 10-12 hobbies to keep me happy.....
I also know that if my number #1 passion of school pushes more than 50% for too long, I need to push back and be okay with it. It is always in flux, there are weeks that school hits 75% and that is okay, it just can't be a forever thing.