When I working on my little “rebrand,” I was looking for a word. I was looking for a word, but I didn’t know what the word was – I loved the idea of being a mulitpassionate, but other people have used that word and I needed something new. Then I stumbled upon Multipassionista. I realized, I’m being a Multipassionista.
Now as I go back, I can’t find where on the internet I found that term. A Google search didn’t give me the website I wanted either, but I wanted to talk about some struggles of being a Multipassionista. And then I realized this was the key.
Part of having two blogs (this and Ginger & Books) was because the audience of Ginger & Books is just so different from the readers here. I know there’s overlap (I can think of a few ladies who read both), but for the most part, they’re two different sets. I’ve talked about my struggles on being Laura the author and Laura the blogger before, as well.
For so long, I saw it as a problem. How was I going to fix it?
So I decided I wasn’t going to make it a problem anymore. I’m going to embrace it. My interest in different topics varies greatly, and I refuse to believe that I’m the only one who feels that way. I know I’m not the only one who feels that way.
Over the next few weeks, I’m going to talk about all the ways I embrace being a multipassionista. I want to talk to other premier-pharmacy.com multipassionistas. A few weeks ago, I talked about my word of the year being prosperity. I want to prosper in everything I do – and even prosper from my failures and the lessons I learn. But let 2016 be the year of the multipassionista.
When it came to my rebrand, I thought I knew what I was talking about. Then I stumbled on one word and realized I was being a multipassionista.