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Annnnnd I'm Back

Despite knowing I am a Renaissance Soul for many years, I've had an identity crisis of sorts when it comes to blogging and social media--especially with the rampant advice of "you have to specialize!" circulating around.

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But I just can't be nailed down to one "thing". I'm MANY things (and I like it that way). I'm not JUST a Tarot author and deck co-creator. I'm not JUST an Hall of Fame Reviewer. I'm not JUST a mystical teacher. I'm not JUST an ex-vangelical. I'm not JUST a wife. I'm not JUST a mom. I'm not JUST an award-winning cook and foodie. I'm not JUST a radio and podcast interviewer/guest. I'm not JUST a life-long learner with overloaded floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. I'm not JUST a jewelry designer. I'm not JUST a scent alchemist. I'm not JUST...

See where I'm going with this?

And honestly, I'm tired of the scattered energy (even though I've scaled way down over the years). 

Well, now I'm scaling back even more. I've closed all the Facebook accounts--pro pages and personal profile. 

I even deleted our Patreon page.

That leaves:

So when the mood hits, I'll be sharing about This Boyer Life mostly via this blog. Feel free to follow along. :o)



A few years ago, I read a book about Renaissance Souls. The book gave examples of people with this personality type(s) and how on the outside it looks like we flit from thing to thing while we actually embrace learning a lot of things. I was telling my son about the book and he said this is me for sure. I have a lot of interests and hobbies. I've always had a passion for needlework and anything fiber related. I've taken the time to learn how to do needlework or fiber work that isn't done much anymore. I may make one or two pieces in that particular style and never do it again. It's the process I enjoy more than the end result.

I'm glad you started a new blog. Bravo on learning life coaching!

Janet Boyer

Thank you, tamster! Yeah, the Renaissance Soul book by Lobenstine REALLY helped me come to terms with my varied interests. Sadly, the author--Margaret Lobenstine--died in 2015. Another great author for this niche was Barbara Sher, who called Ren Souls "Scanners"; I have her books, too. She passed a few months ago. Both ladies were so helpful for me coming to terms with who I am--and why I can't (and won't) stick to "just" one thing (like some). :o)

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