Face it: multipotentialites have a trying-to-monetize-everything problem. Here’s why having hobbies that are just for fun matters, and how you can get back to prioritizing them.
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Even those of us who are long past graduation can learn a lot from school—from time management to self-care. And the most impactful of those lessons aren’t what you might think.
You know what’s fun? Things I used to enjoy. Sometimes we leave an interest behind because we desperately need change. But coming back to an old passion is both refreshing and comforting.
We all accumulate mental ephemera—business ideas, creative projects, and potential collaborations that never quite got off the ground. Over time, these knick-knacks of the brain start to weigh us down. Here’s how to give your multipotentialite mind a sweep and start fresh.
Multipotentialites are notorious for wanting to jump headfirst into every new interest—even though it’s physically and emotionally impossible! Here’s how to decide what to pursue, what to put on the back burner, and when to jump in.
If you’re passionately interested in (almost) everything, these reads by and for multipotentialites will give you life until the sun comes back around.
We’ve all got our “bright things” that are getting us through quarantine. Kristin’s got birds. It’s a complicated and simple time.
If you can make money doing something you enjoy, like a hobby, that’s awesome. But money can also make things complicated.
Can you sample an interest before devoting all your time and energy to it? Here are five ways to help you try new things without becoming “an aimless transient of interests.”