Don't do what you love for a career - do what makes you money.
When people say, convert your passion into your profession, are we really so sure that the best thing to do with passion is attempt to monetize it? Why assume it's easier to turn passion into money than it is to turn money into passion? Why not side hustle for love, and keep the filthy hands of commerce off our art or beloved hobby? What if you don't have a grand passion, anyway? Lots of people don't. Hell, just keeping the lights on is a tall enough order for a vast majority of people. Beyond the basic flaws of a philosophy that urges emotion over practicality, there's a strong, proactive case to be made for choosing a career based on money. More here