Last week I was thrilled to have Introvert Week here on the blog!
There were stories from my own life (quite a few!) and insights into what being an introvert has been like for me.
There were recommended resources that have really helped me to learn, understand and honour my introverted nature and tips that have helped me to embrace being an introvert.
And there were insights and interviews with introverts (which has been one of my favourite parts of the week!).
So in the spirit of celebrating introversion, here’s a recap of all the posts shared during Introvert Week…
Introvert Week kicked off with the story of how I discovered I was an introvert and how embracing and honouring my introverted nature has been revolutionary for me. In this post, I shared 7 of the misconceptions about introverts I’ve come across the most, a dot-point history of what being introverted has been like for me, as well as some things that I find I have in common with other introverts.
Read the full post here: So… I’m an introvert.
One of my favourite resources that has helped me to embrace being an introvert is ‘Shhh… An Introvert’s Guide to Creating Inner Peace, Outer Calm, and an Exceptionally Beautiful Life’ by Katherine Mackenzie-Smith. This eBook will help you fully embrace who you are, own and honour your unique energy and ultimately find your own way to shine — it really is the ultimate guide for introverts! I truly believe that every introvert who wants to ignite their own quiet power will get so much out of this eBook, and because of this I’ve shared 5 of my favourite things I learnt from reading Shhh, plus there’s also an opportunity for you to win a FREE copy of the eBook (plus it’s really simple to enter!).
Read the full post here: What I’ve learnt from Shhh by Katherine Mackenzie-Smith (and a giveaway!)
Katherine is an incredible example of someone who has truly found their own way to shine as an introvert. She is someone who — in a quiet and gentle way — is making a huge difference in the lives of introverts and the way they show up in the world. She is an incredible example of what is possible for introverts when they decide to embrace their true nature and find their own way to shine. I had the pleasure of interviewing Katherine for Introvert Week about the experiences that have led her to where she is today, what fully embracing her introverted nature has looked like (and what not honouring this has looked like), her best advice for introverts who want to start embracing their true nature and how to not let it hold you back from what you really want, and more!
Read the full post here: Finding your own way to shine: An interview with Katherine Mackenzie-Smith
I truly believe that you can be an introvert and be anything you want and that being an introvert doesn’t have to hold you back in any aspect of your life — if you don’t want it to. Even though I’m always still learning how to embrace my introverted nature, I know that I have come such a long way with this from when I first discovered I was an introvert. So in this post I’m sharing 5 of the things that have gotten me to a place where I really embrace my introverted nature and feel empowered by it.
Read the full post here: 5 things that have helped me to embrace being an introvert and not let it hold me back
We finished off Introvert Week with a massive round-up of insights from 17 introverts, who shared how they embrace their introverted nature. Even though all these people identify as being more introverted, I loved how diverse and unique the responses were.
Read the full post here: 17 introverts share their insights on how they embrace their introverted nature
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