4 Introvert Blogs to Look Out For in 2019
Answer me this, how many times have you read an article online about increasing your confidence, gaining more clients/customers or simply stepping out of your comfort zone, only to find that the advice came from an extrovert?
Then, after implementing the advice, you find that it simply hasn’t worked for you. It’s not necessarily because it was bad advice. It may well have been that the advice came from someone who wasn’t dealing with life from your perspective. This person probably didn’t run an introverted blog.
One of the most important things we can do with our time is to make sure we’re filling it with things that have meaning. The same goes for the information we consume. So let’s find some introvert blogs and websites that we can relate to.
An introvert blog to look out for
We all know that introverts are complicated and varied. We’re not only stereotyped as shy and reserved, but we’re also misunderstood. It’s time we changed that perspective. So here are four introvert blogs who are challenging introvert stereotypes in 2019.
Ruth Newton – The Anti-Hustle Project
Exploring how to stop hustling in your business, work less, live more & live better. Define & live your own anti-hustle life.
Ruth’s website The Anti-Hustle Project is a guiding light for burnout-riddled business women who are sick of the hustle lifestyle portrayed by so many business coaches.
She promotes a way of life which can be in harmony with the things you actually want. Prioritising not just your business, but relationships, health, life-balance and more.
Ruth’s a great introvert blogger who uses her introverted tendencies to go deeper into these topics, not imposing her opinion on others, but guiding them to find their own.
Roxana Alexandru – HonestRox
Are you an introvert? Is social anxiety getting in the way of your best self? Come on over and join the club! Let’s introvert together.
Roxana is a perfect example of a person who runs an introvert blog and promotes loving and embracing your introverted self. Like most of us introverts, Roxana used to feel inadequate, boring and misunderstood. It wasn’t until she began to truly love her introverted self, that she started to overcome her social anxiety and her limiting beliefs.
Roxana created HonestRox to share her experiences, trials and successes with other introverts. She teaches fellow introverts to embrace their unique skills to make an impact at work, grow their network and build influence.
Gina Lucia – Limit Breaker
We create articles on authentic business, life balance and growth from the perspective of introverts around the world. Free from clutter, free from noise, Limit Breaker promotes one thing and one thing only – authenticity.
It may be a little weird to mention myself in this article, but I truly believe that Limit Breaker not only offers a fresh perspective in the introvert world but in the online business world in general.
I started Limit Breaker in 2018 after playing the introvert blame game. For years I would place limiting beliefs on the things I actually wanted to do, simply because I’m an introvert. I can’t speak in front of a group of people – I’m an introvert. I can’t talk in front of a camera – I’m an introvert.
After realising that the only thing holding me back, was me, I jumped head first into creating what you see today. A site which publishes articles from introvert bloggers from around the world.
Morgan – Barbed Wire & Lace
A crafty INFJ set out to create a small business that utilizes my creative side. Writing, crafting, saving people money and small business tips!
Morgan is an INFJ who runs her very own introvert blog with some serious drive and a whole lot of heart. Morgan’s writing is completely relatable and unapologetically honest. Exploring issues like anxiety, burnout, relationships and more, she comes at introverted topics with incredible depth and shares her personal experiences without holding back.
Morgan’s drive to create a community of like-minded bloggers (a good number of which are introvert bloggers) has lead her to create somewhere that they can thrive. Completely reflecting her personal generosity, this community’s goal is to lift each other up, because we’re stronger together.
Featured image by David Lezcano
So there we have it, four very different and equally inspirational introvert blogs. Are there any others that you think we should include? Leave their links in the comments below.
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- 5 Things Every Introverted Solopreneur Needs to Succeed
- The Introvert’s Survival Guide to Burnout
Looking for another introvert blog to follow? Check out this list from Feedspot.