Technology related solutions can be an adaptive challenge for Baby Boomers and even majority of Generation X. Technology was making its way around during the Millennial era and really took off in the Generation Z era. As a Millennial I use technology for everything. What might be simple to me, might be challenging for others. … More The Weirdo and the Introvert
In previous post I’ve mentioned my anxiety and how I’ve dreaded running into people during this time of my life. Since I finished Grad school, I’ve been feeling like a lost little reindeer trying to find its way to the north pole (I don’t know why I used that analogy, just roll with it. … More Being Anonymous Behind the Mask
I’m kicking off the “Ideal” series today with what would be my ideal quarantine day. As an introvert I’ve spent many days indoors secluded, but I guess if I could plan the “perfect” quarantine day, I could add a little more to my usual day. First, I would like to be on the beach. … More My Ideal Quarantine Day . . .
I saw this question and it got me thinking about my adolescent years. I used to always wish that my peers would somehow know certain things about me that I couldn’t explain. I wanted people to know how nice and caring I was in spite of my silence. I wanted them to know that I … More What you wish people knew about you?
All my life I’ve always been an introvert. Sometimes I can somewhat come across as an extrovert when I’m seen around family and close friends, but majority of the time I am an introvert. During this quarantine majority of us have been stuck indoors and a lot of people have been going stir-crazy. I am … More The Year of the Introverts