For awhile, I think people thought I was wishy-washy. I'd start something and find out a little ways into it, it wasn't something I wanted to do long term. I was over it and moved on to the next thing. People focused on this and highlighted it as a negative which always made me feel bad about myself. I enjoyed trying new things, though. So while I regretted that people thought I didn't finish what I started, I loved being able to experience different things that interested me (even if it was for a short period of time).
|A past creation...|
|Wedding cupcakes I made back in the day...|
|One of my passions now...Dress Up Your Cup!|
Most people would think being multi-passionate doesn't fit well into the minimalist lifestyle. I'm learning the opposite. I'm getting rid of all the "noise" (anything left over from passions that have died out or anything I was never really passionate about to begin with). Now, more than ever, I can focus on the smattering of passions I have without having them drowned out by needless distractions and obligations. Minimalism looks different for everyone and I'm sure there would be many people who see this life I've chosen as chaotic. But to me it's really living and if that doesn't make me a minimalist, then you can just call me a "decluttered, multi-passionate enjoyer of life."