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.
Most introverts need plenty of time to process new information, and that includes adjusting to new routines.
The more you can help your children move confidently through this time, the more ease and space there will be for you.
When it comes to putting yourself out there as a creative introvert, create a system that works for you (even if it appeases the algorithms).
As an introvert married to an extrovert, it can be like a game of Tug of War, each of us trying to pull the other in our direction.
Even introverts need to socialize sometimes — and at coffee shops, you’re in full control of the level of interaction you have.
When dating an extrovert, instead of feeling like you always have to keep up with them, invite them to slow down with you.
As an introvert, knowing the “why” behind your boundaries — like needing to stay in on Friday night so you have energy for the weekend — is key.