Sola, lsa, njuta
I think spending time on my own is awesome, and a whole day of silence is bliss to me.

When I read the article 23 Signs You’re Secretly an Introvert (even though it’s not a secret that I am a quite introverted) I found this reminder timely:

One of the most fundamental characteristics of introverts is that they need time alone to recharge their batteries. Whereas an extrovert might get bored or antsy spending a day at home alone with tea and a stack of magazines, this sort of down time feels necessary and satisfying to an introvert.

The article also states that many introverts are writers, and that sure is true for me. I feel like something is missing from my soul when I can’t express my thoughts in writing.

Introverts are often better at communicating in writing than in person, and many are drawn to the solitary, creative profession of writing. Most introverts say that they feel most creatively charged when they have time to be alone with their thoughts.

Book recommendation of the day: Living introverted.

Do you recognize yourself in any of this?