Solo dates will give you the alone time you need — and when you’re reunited with your partner, you’ll both benefit.
Schedule time to rest. Just like a car needs refueling, you can’t keep going non-stop without a break or you’ll burn out.
When you take time for yourself, you finally start enjoying time with your kids and can be the parent you want to be.
As a sensitive, introverted mom, one thing that drains my energy fast is feeling rushed.
When you have toddlers, noise is a given. It’s a lot for any parent, but it can be especially hard for sensitive, introverted ones.
Not only are we supposed to teach our kids how to make friends, but then we have to make friends with these kids’ parents. Who knew?
To help our sensitive and introverted kids soothe their strong emotions, we must start with ourselves.
Being a freelance writer is perfect for introverts, as it capitalizes on many introvert strengths, from working alone to problem-solving.
You can’t control all the noise and people and chaos, but you can pick up a paint brush or a knitting needle or an Xbox controller.
When you’re an introverted parent, getting alone time can seem impossible — but you absolutely need it.