Introversion was once highly misunderstood. However, thanks to the internet where introverts can be outspoken from the privacy of our own homes, we can share in the collective relief of relating to others who think and feel in similar ways. We’re in pretty good company, too. Famous introverts include author J.K. Rowling and Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates.
As introverts, we need to be mindful of our needs and ready to advocate for ourselves in a society that sometimes has a bias for extroverts. For me, that includes creating a daily schedule and overall environment that supports my need for frequent alone time to recharge.
Over the years, as I've lived in different places and learned more about introversion, I've realized that small cities are ideal for introverts. Here’s why: