Introverts are an interesting breed. We're the deep thinkers of the world, the creators, the silent ones. However people like to describe us. We're usually the one's hanging out on the couch by ourselves at a party, or the ones playing with the host's cat in the corner. We're not the kind for large social interaction and certain things can make us uncomfortable. Having an introvert in your life can be a strange thing if you aren't one yourself. Click here to learn how to properly care for your introvert. #introvert #introvertlife #careforyourintrovert
So how does an introvert deal with their so-called "social hangover"? I'm going to give you tips on what to do and how to recharge yourself for the next social interaction. #introvert #socialhangover
Dating is hard enough as it is. You have to go out, meet new people, find someone you share a connection with, spend the time with them to see if it's a serious connection... The list goes on. But what if you're an introvert? You don't do well with small talk, or like being the center of attention. How do you go about dating if you're perfectly happy to spend your free time snuggled up with a book?
As an introvert, all of this social interaction can drain you and make these holidays worse off by getting cranky or grumpy from over stimulation. As an introvert myself, even spending time with just my parents for Christmas can drain me. I've compiled ways to keep yourself going during these winter holiday gatherings. #christmas #family #introvert
This is something that I've recently come to accept. It's become a sort of ritual and I don't know what I'm going to do if/when I start a family. I've redesigned the holiday traditionally thought of with lots of family, food, and football, to a more introverted, self-care day, with a little bit of football. This post will explain all about why I spend Thanksgiving along and why that's okay!
How to Spend Valentine's Day with an Introvert // With Valentine's Day labeled as the holiday of love, most people think of grandiose gestures such as having a large teddy bear or bouquet of flowers sent to your lover's office, making a bid deal about going out to dinner, and of course, the romantic restaurant proposal. Sound like too much for you? Yeah, me too. If you or your partner are an introvert it might mess with that narrative. So here is my advice on spending Valentine's Day with an introvert. Click Here to find out more. #valentinesday #introvert