Best Weekend Ever

My idea of the best weekend ever is one in which you have no plans and no responsibilities. Passing the weekend alone in a log cabin in the woods ranks as one of the best weekends I’ll ever have. This might be because I'm an introvert with anxiety issues. Whatever makes us happy can't be bad, right?... Continue Reading →


Appreciating introverts

For introverts, learning to love ourselves can be tough. We grow up hearing that we need to change in order to be worthy of love. Like we have to earn love, even from ourselves, but once we do most introverts have a strong sense of self and they are not afraid to challenge their partner and... Continue Reading →

Cancelled Plans

There is absolutely nothing that can touch the feeling of when someone cancels plans on me and I am suddenly left with surprise alone time. It’s truly an untouchable feeling of happiness. As an Introvert, I am always wishing for quality alone time to fill up my internal battery. Being home alone feels so thrilling! It feels like... Continue Reading →

Small Gatherings

Introverts prefer small gathering. When we do hang out with people, we prefer seeing them one on one or in a small group. The more intimate and deep the conversation, the better. We absolutely dislike small talk and large gatherings create an awful feeling in the deep of our stomach and trigger the fight or... Continue Reading →

Solitude & Wellbeing

Introverts have understood that they must have moments of loneliness every day to feel good. It does not matter whether your day is filled with personal or professional obligations, take 20 minutes for yourself. During this moment of rest, forget all that you have to do and meditate on the present moment, to set new... Continue Reading →

Being busy is not a virtue

In today's constantly moving world, it is easy to mistake being busy for a virtue. We are in a performance driven society that puts forward a model of unreal perfection, which promotes toxic standards that cause the general population not to take care of themselves. We literally admire people who never relax, who are always... Continue Reading →

Worth remembering

You do not need to be extroverted and beautiful to be remembered. Regardless of how you look, people remember how you made them feel. This usually ends up being far more important than your level of objective attractiveness. Making someone feel good about themselves is the best way to be remembered. A lesson I learned in high school,... Continue Reading →

World Introvert Day

January 2nd is World Introvert Day. It's an opportunity to celebrate our introversion and for people worldwide to better understand and appreciate us. With all the ignorance out there about introversion, the thought of explaining our personality is daunting, to say the least. We live in an extrovert world and we can appear to be arrogant... Continue Reading →

Sorry I missed your call

I hate receiving a call, especially when I don't know who is on the other end of the phone line. This is a truth that many introverts share. "Sorry, I missed your call, I was staring in horror at the screen wondering why on earth you couldn't just text me." - Unknown My daughter sometimes looks... Continue Reading →

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