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Why Halloween Is a Nightmare on Elm Street for Introverts

Someone just asked me what we plan to do this evening for Halloween, and my knee-jerk reaction was “Turn off the porch lights, lock the door, and pretend we aren’t home.” I have nothing against Halloween, or kids, or giving away candy. 490 more words

Making Fun Of Liam (or Myself)

the fine art of procrastination

Yesterday marked one of the last two days in my month-long book series.

The end was in sight so  what did I do?

I procrastinated. 365 more words


It’s About Where You Get Your Energy: The Introvert on Campus

(Work in Progress – suggestions extremely welcome!)

One of my projects that I am working on is trying to come up with good ways to get the introverted college student to learn successful career tactics and express their personality in a way that is comfortable for them, rather than pushing them to act like the extroverts that they aren’t.  1,404 more words


It's Been a While Hasn't It?

So, I got promoted at work and who would have thought? I suddenly forgot that I had a blog. Well. That’s the way of it I suppose. 344 more words

Eye Spy: The Deception of Reading Facial Competence

Unfortunately, in today’s digital age we are faced with an overwhelming amount of information. Phones buzzing. Email alerts. Headline news. Texts. Tweets. As human-beings we endure an unfathomable amount of information and it continually increases. 550 more words

Currently Reading ... "Quiet" by Susan Cain

There comes a time in each life like a point of fulcrum. At that time you must accept yourself. It is not anymore what you will become. 682 more words

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Danielle Mueller: My Trip To Rwanda

I knew from my first service at Crossroads Christian Fellowship that I was meant to go to Rwanda. A struggling believer and bookworm all my life, a book that stood out to me was… 1,811 more words

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