Like yin and yang, introverts and extroverts can work together – bringing out the best in each other.
But sometimes, being an introvert in an extroverted world is exhausting.
Especially if you’re like many women out there – you know, CEO of a household, slaying it in the work world, volunteering in your community.
Because if you’re an introvert, you probably have a reputation for solving complex problems – like planning a fundraiser for the soccer club or the company outing (when those were a thing).
In other words, you’re a go-to person because you get stuff done.
But you might feel overwhelmed, crying out for some alone time in an extroverted world?
But you can’t seem to bring yourself to say no?
If that’s the case, then you might want to check out the strategies in my Choose You book. It’s filled with simple strategies for finding graceful ways to say No - even if you’re a people pleaser, without p*ssing anyone off.
Plus, you’ll find unique ways to treat yourself right - self-care isn’t just about fancy spa days - it’s about creating rituals and routines that honor your need to rest, recharge so you can be there for everyone who needs you.
And that’s all for now – I’m off to take a moment with a cup of tea and a journal (wink, wink).
Andrea, La Belle Vie Journal
P.S. If you need help saying no, finding time for yourself, and learning how to put yourself first without p*ssing people off, check out Choose You – simple strategies to say no, find YOU TIME, all without p*ssing people off.