Posts Tagged with "fitting in"

Are Your Friendships as Varied as Your Interests?

Monday, November 26, 2012

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Are Your Friendships as Varied as Your Interests?

As a multipotentialite, the whole “fitting in” thing can be a little tricky, not just in regard to career, but in your social life as well. A few months ago, I was hanging out with a friend. We were sitting on her front lawn chatting, and she started telling me about how she felt like […]

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My New Obsession, and Why We Crave Community and Movements

Thursday, April 26, 2012

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My New Obsession, and Why We Crave Community and Movements

I’ve officially gone coo coo about the Paleo lifestyle. In the last week, I’ve absorbed heaps of information about the movement: books, blogs, podcasts (shout out to Angelo Coppola at Latest in Paleo which is fantastic), everything I could get my hands on. I’ve joined a CSA, tried a whole bunch of new, delicious Primal […]

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Fell in Love with a Girl…

Thursday, August 18, 2011

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Fell in Love with a Girl…

Last week, I wrote a really personal email to the Puttytribe about my experience being bullied in elementary school. (A few people suggested that I post my story on the blog, but I kind of like giving the tribe a little something extra…) Anyway, the basic gist of my email was that I’ve noticed a […]

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Conformity Begins on the Playground

Thursday, November 11, 2010

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Conformity Begins on the Playground

I was a weird kid. Instead of playing tag at recess or gossiping with the other girls, I used to play with my imaginary friends and go on adventures. There were puppies who asked me to adopt them and friendly vampires who taught me how to fly (Do vampires fly? I know some of them […]

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