Accepting myself as an introvert was the first step in correcting my imbalance.
Yikes. I’m so awkward. Where’d my words go? Me, small talk, not good. Is it time to go home yet?
Slip on your comfiest slippers. It’s World Introvert Day, and that means there’s no reason to leave the house tonight.
There’s only one rule when it comes to celebrating World Introvert Day — do something that gives you energy and life.
If the holidays are sucking you dry of energy and leaving you a shell of your former self, take heart: Relief has a name, and it is “World Introvert Day.”
All the gift cards and candles in the world are not as good as alone time.
Even an extrovert couldn’t possibly find fault with going straight home after work when it’s too cold to feel your face.
Both can take awhile to form a bond. But once someone has made us feel seen, they level up to VIP in our world.
Yes, the “introvert hangover” is real, and you’re probably suffering from one if you feel very tired and physically unwell after lots of socializing.
When your friend cancels on you at the last minute, and you kind of wanted to stay home anyway.