Extroverts are seen as gregarious, socially activate people who enjoy parties and being part of the crowd. While that may be true, but that is not the true meaning of extroversion. Basically, an extrovert is a person who is energized by being around other people. This is the opposite of an introvert who is energized by being alone. To be honest, I feel like extroverts are misunderstood and get bad raps just because we are more expressive compared to the introverts. Here are some of the things that people are constantly assuming about the extroverts.
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We are fearful of letting go of anything that is precious or valuable to us, because we think it is a part of us; a part of us that we can’t release. We don’t want to let go of what we think makes up our identity. But sometimes letting go is is the only way to move forward and the best thing that you can do for yourself.
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I’ve been to Japan thrice and one of the things that I truly enjoy is going to their convinience stores and I tell you there are a gazillion of this out there! Just walk around the area a little bit and you’ll stumble upon a “konbini,” sooner rather than later. There’s plenty of variety & well-stocked Shelves. You’ll find almost everything you need from food, to beauty products and (even R-rated) magazines. But to keep this post in-line, I’ll only be talking about these top 3 yummies that I found. And I swear, if hording was illegal… I’m guilty as charged.
From the aesthetic benefits to the mental perks, there’s a slew of benefits specific to running that together make a pretty strong case for anyone to consider becoming a runner. Here are the 4 reasons why you should join fun runs.
Books may let you travel without moving your feet, but they also inspire you to pack up and go. Here are 10 travel books that can definitely inspire the wanderer in you.