I couldn’t bring myself to do anything but stare at the vastness in front of me.
It’s important to remember that, as allies, our efforts need to be ongoing to affect real change. Here are four ways I’m holding myself accountable going forward.
“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?
We’ve all got our “bright things” that are getting us through quarantine. Kristin’s got birds. It’s a complicated and simple time.
Do you ever just crave the definition of having a label? Or struggle to wrap your brain around an identity or career path that doesn’t have an easy description?
A specialist wants to know how to support her multipotentialite husband. Multipod-specialist couples: here’s some advice for you!
What will you do with your one wild and precious life? Pose this question to a multipotentialite and you might as well get comfortable—you’re in for a long answer.
Say you want to start brewing beer or narrating books or teaching, but you have no idea where to begin. What do you start first? What do you need to know?
Do you need a break from the productivity podcasts, self-improvement books, and apps that promise to make your life better? I took a break– and explored what self-improvement tends to miss.