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As I’ve written about travelling as an introvert a few times (here, here, and here), now I’d like to bring it back home for y’all.
Travelling is great but, unless you’re rich or really committed to the vagabond lifestyle, you’ll probably spend most of your early adult life working or in school, potentially in one geographic location for an extended period of time. Where you spend your time can have a big effect on how content you are with your everyday life, and so it is wise to try to find those places that feel like home.
Introverts often need more time to process and react to what is going on around them compared to extroverts, but that doesn’t stop the world from speeding right on by them. I made a video to try to answer the question I pose in the title of this post: