Bread is a particular reminder of what it’s like to be an introvert who just needs time and space in order to rise.
The whole point of celebrating your birthday is to do something that makes you happy, with or without others.
Through “culinary therapy,” you can be more present and intentional by focusing on the task at hand and letting all other worries go.
While introverts generally may choose to stay home with a good book vs. attend a party, there are certain times we may enjoy parties.
The key to an introvert-friendly activity is something quiet that won’t be overstimulating.
As an introverted parent raising introverted kids, one challenging aspect is: “Wait… where did my alone time go?”
You don’t have to be the keynote speaker or run the talent show to make a difference at your child’s school as an introvert.
For highly sensitive introverts, change can be overwhelming — especially when change means adjusting to a new country and culture.
Introverts, staying home doesn’t mean you’re giving in to a weakness; it means you’re in touch with your needs and practicing self-care.
You don’t have to be outgoing and extroverted to succeed in a career working with young children.