Thursday, October 2, 2014

are you an introvert? {Day 2}

Are you an introvert? Odd question to ask since you are here but let's dig deeper.

Each of us has some degree of extroversion and introversion. Everyone tends to lean more to one side or the other, whether it be by 52% or 98%.

How much do you lean towards introversion? I am one who gets excited about taking these type of tests. If you click the link above you will go to a personality test. This is my favorite and very reliable. I believe (if taken honestly!) it gives you an accurate percentage and explanation.

I am an ISFJ and scored 89% introvert.

Taking this test is so helpful for many reasons.

You can learn how different people are. Have your friends or hubby take it with you today! Send them a link while the little ones are napping or tonight after they are in bed. Have a conversation for days about it. I know I did, I sent it to my brothers, my husband, friends and we talked about it for days and it is one I recommend or talk about to new friends also.

You understand how you think and work more. You will begin to see what works for you and what doesn't once you read up on your certain personality type.

You can learn how others work and think. I know it helped me understand Josh, my husband, more and even my brothers. Why they do certain things and how they feel relaxed and energized.

What are you?

This is the second post in a 31 day series in October about being comfortable in your own skin as an introvert. 


  1. I'm INFJ - 82% introverted

    Love your series... I didn't begin to own my introversion until I was 29 so I still consider myself a baby in my understanding of all things introverted, but I have read ALL the books and taken ALL the personality tests. Susan Cain's book, Quiet, made me feel known and allowed me to accept so many parts of myself.

    Looking forward to more!

  2. I am an introvert for sure! I am just now getting the quiet, alone time I have craved (but didn't get) over the last 24 years.


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