Monday Mayhem – Are you an innie or an outie?

Are you an innie or an outie?

I don’t mind telling you, I am an innie. Total introvert. An INTJ, to be exact. So, this weekend was challenging for me. 

I had two holiday parties to attend on Saturday. If you know me well, you know I am not an overly social person. Oh, I can turn it on and have a good time, but I have to be revved up for it.

It’s not that I don’t want to do these things. I always have a wonderful time once I’m there. It’s the ramping up and coming down that takes it out of me. If I had my way, this is how I’d celebrate the season:

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However, like the Architect I am, I have a plan for how to tackle the season’s greetings. I plan my naps. Block out chunks of time spent in yoga pants. Map tub time into my days. Then, I sprinkle it all with a liberal dose of seasoned salt.

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How about you? Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Have you been partying the month away?

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4 Replies to “Monday Mayhem – Are you an innie or an outie?”

  1. I’m an ENFP, just like Robin Williams and Dr. Seuss! But I do enjoy my down time, too. I use it to practice things (dancing, juggling, drumming) that will help me shine in the spotlight when I’m out partying. 😀

  2. Yep to the introvert. In a room full of acquaintances, I prefer not to be seen. I’m happy sitting over the corner watching others be the centre of attention. I’m not a recluse as I really look forward to special gatherings but going out and socializing on a constant basis is something I avoid at all costs. I love the 1:1 and have the most fun then. Or ever 2:1.

    I hope you had a great time at your parties.

  3. Oh, I’m such an introvert. What’s bizarre is that as long as I’m at work, I can be as outgoing as necessary – I’ll make phone calls, greet people, initiate conversations. But when it comes to the personal social stuff I’d rather hide in the refrigerated case than talk to a neighbor at the grocery store. I’ll fret for days over phone calls I need to make. I bought a sign last year to keep on my bookshelf: “Let’s Stay Home.” That’s my motto!

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