If you’re lucky enough to have a cabin nestled deep in a tranquil wood, or even if you’re not, and, like many of us, can only dream of the life lived in a cozy cabin, we hope you’ll enjoy these 5 rituals of the folkway that you can bring into your winter season to capture that sense of tranquility inherent in the cabin life folkway.
Introvert Guide to Hosting the Family Celebration: As an introvert, hosting any type of party can be a major source of stress, and no matter how close you are to your family, playing the host can sometimes be more stressful than hosting a group of friends.
Although this post has been planned for months, it wasn’t until yesterday, Monday of this week, that I really knew what I wanted to write for this Introvert Survival Guide. Survival guides are popular, but implicit in the title of a survival guide for introverts is the cultural idea that
How to Hygge? Ever wondered how to hygge? Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of this concept. If you have not, let me assure you that hygge is not the latest dance craze. In fact, hygge is the absolute opposite of craziness; rather, the term is
The holidays are over, but the psychic toll of so much interaction with family and friends, all vying for our time and attention, can leave lingering effects as we move into the new year. Even without the holidays, we introverts can get burned out by all the people we must