You’re feeling drained, like you’ve been through a washing machine, and you’re grouchy. Where did this feeling come from?
Staying present helps you sit with thoughts and experience them rather than getting overwhelmed.
Maximizing your alone time is a great New Year’s resolution for introverts — and scheduling it (in pen) will help.
Camping lets me literally unplug, allowing me to get fully immersed in nature and silence — no talking required.
For introverts, hiking is a great way to detox from the people-y world out there.
The whole point of celebrating your birthday is to do something that makes you happy, with or without others.
Finding the words to call myself something other than “the person who doesn’t talk” or who “isn’t participating” means I open up more room for self-love.
The key to an introvert-friendly activity is something quiet that won’t be overstimulating.
Needing quiet isn’t a weakness or an odd quirk. It’s a necessity that lets introverts unleash their rich inner worlds and brilliant thoughts.
It’s no wonder many introverts silence their phones or leave them permanently on Do Not Disturb mode.