For most multipotentialites, this question can be difficult—after all, we pride ourselves on being many things. When someone demanded that I define myself to them, it absolutely unraveled me.
Statistically speaking, most human beings are more or less average in most ways. In fact, it’s impossible for us all to be above average! So why does having a nice, normal life sometimes feel so painful?
Got burning questions, pressing problems, or depressing dilemmas in your multipotentialite life? Our team of writers just might be able to help. Can’t wait to hear from you!
Multipotentialite comedian, author, performer, and neuroscience researcher Billi Gordon turned the cookbook genre on its head with “You’ve Had Worse Things In Your Mouth”—and they were just getting started.
It’s tempting to think that our uniqueness is the product of our quantifiable creative accomplishments. But what if the life you build, and the memories you make, are your most stunning (and original) works of art?
If you’re a super busy, energetic person, letting yourself rest is a vital skill—especially since hustle culture tells us we can fully “recharge” in a single day off. Here are three different kinds of rest, and how to fit them into your life.
Relegating a specific hobby or pursuit to people of a single gender limits our potential as human beings. For nonbinary people, being assessed and separated in this way is awkward at best and agonizingly painful at worst. We have to do better.
What happens when your wonderful life becomes a little too comfortable—when you sense you could be flourishing better somewhere new? Do you heed the call to transplant yourself, despite what you may be giving up? My family did.
If life is feeling both exhausting and monotonous, try injecting some micro-weirdnesses. Adding these small bits of novelty to your day can increase your sense of well-being and keep your brain on its toes.