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Storm Front

I love the look of the clouds as a new front of thunderstorms rolls in. The sky becomes split between bright and fluffy and the ominously powerful dark of the approaching storm. 306 more words


thoughts about introversion and college

“What an extroverted act it is in the first place to go to school. All day long, you are in a classroom full of people with constant stimulation.

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Self Care

15 Things Introverts Don’t Do At Work That Makes Them Excel

Raise your hand if you’re an introvert.

Introverts are everywhere (one out of every two or three people you know). And they are like icebergs. What you see on the surface is only a small percentage of their entire selves. 1,572 more words


Jeanne reblogged this on Slowing The Pace and commented:

Thank you for sharing.

Understanding the Introvert Cycle: Why We Go From Irritable to Ever-Loving

You’re driving me crazy. When are you coming home? ~ Laid, by James

I always loved the above lyric.  It tickled me how the singer was so tired of his girlfriend’s constant presence but in the end wanted to make sure he’d see her later. 805 more words

Introversion And Highly Sensitive Persons

Jeanne reblogged this on Slowing The Pace and commented:

Interesting and enlightening..thanks for sharing.


You know you’re an introvert if

– You wait for a car to pass before you cross the road; never mind that they stop for you. 402 more words


Hearing my voice in a noisy world

I grew up in a chaotic and noisy home. I’m not sure why it was this way — we were (and are) a loving family, and our propensity is more toward the introvert side of the personality type spectrum. 736 more words


No New Introvert

I’ve been at this introversion thing for quite some time.

My whole life, to be exact.

So, unfortunately, Sophia Dembling’s The Introvert’s Way didn’t teach me anything new. 150 more words