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How I Found My Superpower

Whenever doing a physical activity in school, the teachers would usually pick two people to choose the teams. I was always left to the last. 679 more words

You Should Fall In Love With An Introvert

“I am a victim of introspection.” – Sylvia Plath

In the fast-paced and highly social era of the modern day it can become easy for an introvert to not only be misunderstood and misconstrued, but also highly underestimated and undervalued. 844 more words

Does the modern society values extroverts more than introverts?

Introversion and extraversion have been a common topic in the modern society. Just to make things clear, I will start off with their definitions.

Firstly, there is no such thing as a pure introvert and extrovert. 1,050 more words


Thursday Thoughts: Alzheimer's, Death and a Whine

My mum had Alzheimer’s for many years. She was diagnosed on December 10th, 2011, but it had shown its ugly face earlier and was obvious by June of 2010. 1,054 more words

Episode 2: Taking the Leap...Buying the Ticket

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In our second episode of the Bold Departures podcast, we talk about introversion and other roadblocks to big life changes, including travel, and how we have gotten over them. 229 more words


Public Speaking

Public speaking is an element of life that has troubled and perplexed me since my early twenties. It seems to permeate so many aspects of life: wedding speeches, delivering eulogies, at work and being a student. 734 more words

Post-Bloggers Bash Update

Hello, everyone.

It’s been over a week since I attended the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards in London, and it has also been over a month since my last post. 641 more words