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Introducing Tamara Central!

Hello friends! I hope you like the new site. It’s been a labor of love.

Why the new design? Well, some of you might know me from my Jewelry, but not know that I have a whole library of DIY and Crafting Videos.

Others know me from my Travelogues, but don’t know that I’m equally at home in the kitchen.

So, I created Tamara Central to share all my interests in one place. Take a look around and if you’re up for hanging out and getting more content, please sign up for notifications. Just enter your email address right here!

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Have you ever heard of a multipotentialite? It’s a term made popular by author Emilie Wapnick a few years ago. Basically, a multipotentialite is a person who has many different interests and creative pursuits in life. They have no “one true calling” the way those who specialize do. I’ve struggled with not having a one thing kind of life for decades. Finding out about multi-pots, as Emilie sometimes calls them, was incredibly freeing. I went from thinking of myself as a gal who bores easily, to someone who, as R.H. Fredricksen said, c. 1972, “when provided with appropriate environments, can select and develop a number of competencies to a high level.” How cool is that? Maybe you are a multi-potentialite as well?

As a self-proclaimed Food Geek, Craft Maniac, Lifestyle Wiz, Celebration Enthusiast, Maker, Designer and All-Around Funsational Gal, I hereby embrace my multiple interests! So, here we go. I look forward to making beautiful things together!

Tamara Jewelry
From my Tamara Jewelry “Classic” line.
The “Big Buddha,” from my travelogue to China.
My DIY Videos on YouTube.

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    terismyth
    July 30, 2020 at 6:45 pm

    Great Blog Tamara. Are you sure we aren’t twinsies? I have many interests as well and get curious easily. Lately I’m researching soil diversity and listening to many experts on You Tube. It’s fascinating!

    Glad to hear you are being inspired by many interests. I love your Zoom theme family meetings. Very creative. You should start a new trend and make a Hashtag, if you haven’t already and make it a “thing”.

    Can’t wait to see what you post next…

    Much Love
    Teri:)

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