This slightly tongue-in-cheek article was inspired by a tweet from @tomandlorenzo and is dedicated to all those introverts who have been led to believe there is something wrong with them.
I’ve been trying for quite awhile to decrease my social media use but always found that the commonly offered solutions didn’t work for my lifestyle.
I honestly expected this month to be more difficult than it was, but it was a wonderful experience that taught us so much!
Tomorrow is pink shirt day. A lot of good can potentially come from tomorrow. But a “movement” without action means nothing.
If we can really and truly show up, today and everyday, that is when initiatives like Bell’s Let’s Talk Day will be more than simple talk.
Some days life happens and missing a day of something isn’t going to throw you off the rails, but it can sure feel like it when you’ve lost your hard earned streak and have to start back at zero!
I don’t get to decide for others what they find relaxing, just like they don’t get to decide for me. I don’t get to decide if it’s the “wrong” way to relax and I don’t get to force them to relax in “my” way.
I’ve created for you a 12 day Self Care Advent Calendar that will take you through an activity each day AND help you build your own self care kit that you can use after the season is done.
Tis the season! As you’re making your lists and checking them twice (or three, four or five times if you’re an anxious perfectionist like myself), here are some gift ideas for the highly sensitive introvert in your life (recommended by a highly sensitive introvert!).
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