And, in honor of January being NAPO’s Get Organized & Be Productive (GO) Month, I’m organizing all my contributions (thus far) here, for you.
PLEASE NOTE: I originally published this list two years ago. I have just updated it to include the post I wrote in March 2020 about Social Distancing. As the COVID-19 pandemic wore on, that post started to seem woefully inadequate — almost laughable — to me. Who could have known what the rest of the year had in store for us? I’ve written a number of other posts about the pandemic since then. But I just read it again. It barely scratches the surface of what might, in hindsight, be considered WORLD INTROVERT YEAR. Sure, we introverts enjoy spending time alone, but even introverts need hugs sometimes, and like to be around people on their own terms! And who wants their solitude to be overlaid with health concerns, financial uncertainty, grief, loneliness, civil unrest, and political shenanigans? But the post isn’t so bad I felt like disowning it. This year I’m acknowledging that we’re all in different boats, weathering the same storm. For my current perspective, read my latest post: Hindsight is 2020. What’s next?
Are you an introvert, or are you just interested in understanding the introverts in your life?
What are your introvert-specific challenges?
What are your favorite introvert-specific resources?
What do you think I should write about next?
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