I log in to the Puttytribe and fire up a Zoom room. Within minutes, I’m joined by a small group of multipotentialites from different corners of the earth: North Carolina, the Netherlands, Sweden, Quebec…
“I’m sure it’s not that bad,” a friend says when I say my poetry is awful. I appreciate it. But why are we so afraid of being bad at things in the first place?
Things in quarantine are super not-normal… but they’re also excessively normal. After 50 days alone, I have some insights for you.
I touch the car. She touches the tongs that touch the bread. Every Monday, we drive around the neighbourhood and drop off 10-12 loaves.
Do you need some positive things to focus on right now? We’re sharing stories, curiosities, distractions and delights from multipotentialites like you.
Bo Grove is a multipotentialite teenager whose TED talk is an amazing testament to learning and the value of failing. We asked him about his fascinating brain.
We’ve all got our “bright things” that are getting us through quarantine. Kristin’s got birds. It’s a complicated and simple time.
The list of things I would prefer not to think about gets longer every day. And I can be a champion of distracting myself. But is this always bad?
Theo is a painter and graphic designer who runs run Morrowland, a creative studio and ever-changing art brand. But as a multipotentialite, he’s got many other aspirations.