For introverts, the holiday season often becomes an exhausting marathon of prepping, shopping, and socializing.
When it comes to your physical health, it’s not the time to stay quiet.
When an introvert tells you they are busy this weekend, believe them. They prioritize working on their personal projects, and therefore themselves.
I used to have a terrible time vocalizing my needs as an introvert. Saying I needed time alone, or that I couldn’t come to their party, felt insanely selfish.
Many introverts and highly sensitive people are affected by seasonal changes more than others. They can easily be at risk for the winter blues.
Our best day in London wasn’t the day we waited in line outside the Tower of London. It was getting lost in the quiet of Kew Garden.
Angry, negative, and toxic people drain sensitive introverts, who need to feel emotionally safe in order to express their true thoughts and feelings.
For those with quiet exteriors and noisy interiors, we must clear the internal space and turn down the volume of our inner voices in order to truly listen.
There are times when being surrounded by people is inevitable — but it’s possible for introverts to manufacture alone time even when they’re fenced in.
Introverts prefer to work independently, and planning a group vacation can be as much of a struggle as working on a project together.