Festival: From Counterculture to Mainstream It’s festival season, which means the stress of curating your own idyllic festival experience, or, for the more introverted, hibernating until the fall when this festival business will finally pass until next summer. Regardless of whether you’re one of the 23% of Americans who went
INTJ Music Playlist 23 – Upbeat Study Playlist | What follows are some of my favorite upbeat study tracks. Good luck with your studies! I can’t promise an ‘A’, but music can certainly help. Good luck with your studies!
INTJ Music Playlist #22: INTJ Female and Proud: It’s been a hot minute since we did an INTJ music playlist, but the playlists haven’t been forgotten!
I went to a Dua Lipa Concert! Thoughts and Concert Vlog: Dua Lipa is one of those rare artists worth seeing in concert if you get the chance, but for now, you can watch my attempt at a get ready with me and concert vlog.
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.
It’s February and love is in the air, or, for all the single ladies, in our thoughts. Relationships can be taxing for the introverted INTJ, which is why they are careful in choosing to whom they will give their affection. When we care, we truly care. Romantic love, however, can be complicated, and whether we want to admit it or not, Valentine’s Day can stir up negative feelings toward romance when you’re not part of a couple. Whether you’re sporting a pair of so-in-love-rose-tinted glasses or breathing in the anti-cupid spray, we’ve got a playlist that’s just as complicated as the spectrum of feelings on romance.