Introverts may not feel comfortable showing off their life online, but there are ways to use social media without feeling exposed or overwhelmed.
Being a freelance writer is perfect for introverts, as it capitalizes on many introvert strengths, from working alone to problem-solving.
Sometimes life can feel like too much, especially for introverts, who need downtime and quiet to thrive.
Making room for moments of silence is just one small change that will benefit your day-to-day life as an introvert.
We introverts may not be the life of the party, but that doesn’t mean we have to miss out on fun and meaningful opportunities.
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 feel rejected from a group or like the odd one out, replace your inner critic with your inner advocate.
There are several introvert-friendly ways to explore your city like a local — whether you just moved or want to get to know it better.
The world can feel overwhelming, but you deserve time to yourself, even when you feel like you don’t have time to spare.
Social anxiety is a common condition, but it can make you feel like you’re on the outside looking in.