INTJ Playlist #21: Girl Boss: March has come roaring in like a lion for many parts of the country, but you know what, it’s women's history month. Women have long ridden the winds of change. So this month,we’re celebrating, not only the achievements of women, but also encouraging those still striving to achieve their goals: from the trail blazers to the game changers, from the truth seekers to the truth tellers.
Buy or DIY: Chocolate Face Mask | Now that Valentine’s day is over, you may be wondering what to do with all that chocolate you got from your coterie of admirers. No worries. Instead of gorging on and gaining weight with that 85% cacao chocolate, you can use it as a face mask to level up your skincare, ensuring double the admirers and even more free chocolate next year!
VALENTINE'S DAY IN: INTROVERT LOVE MOVIES Did you know that more than half of people looking for an awesome Valentine’s Day experience choose to stay home to Netflix and Chill rather than dressing up and going out? Maybe introverts are just more likely to respond to survey questions, but regardless, if you're looking for a great movie to watch this Valentine’s day, we've got a few suggestions. While most lists cover the latest rom-com, we’ve tried to find movies where the introvert character is front and center. Also, not all of the suggestions on this list are actually movies (some are Korean dramas), but all feature an introvert on a journey to finding love.
Chocolate-Covered Honeycomb Candy Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day treat to impress loved ones or binge on yourself? Look no further. This honeycomb toffee candy is quick and easy to make but looks so fancy.
2018 INTJ VALENTINES DAY (OR NOT) GIFT GUIDE: Loving love is all good fun until you break bae's heart by getting the totally wrong gift. Suddenly, turns out you aren’t the one after all. Boy, bye! Ok, so there's more to romance than getting a nice gift. Romance is about getting the perfect gift. Really. It is.
I love a good nourish bowl, but when the winter chill starts wearing you down, sometimes the best medicine starts with a bit of carb(y) goodness. That's why I'm sharing my take on a thousands-of-years old Chinese standard - congee.