Getting out in nature is an easy way for introverts to get out more, yet still have solitude.
The introvert “door slam” can extend to other areas of your life, too — like when you cut off anything that hinders, not helps, 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.
My introvert-friendly road trip felt like a vacation and a major recharge at the same time.
With the right routine, you can get into a good headspace, which will allow you to shut off your overthinking mind and sleep better.
Burnout is like being in a state of chronic stress — your body is constantly acting as if you’re running for your life.
There is no “right” or “wrong” way to do college as an introvert — just make it as introvert-friendly as possible.
Hobbies are the perfect way for introverts to re-energize and soothe their overthinking minds.
Here’s what I do to feel more connected to society without overwhelming or exhausting myself as an introvert.
In a small town, people recognize you everywhere, and this can be challenging for introverts who value privacy.