Because INFJ's are highly sensitive, future-oriented, empathetic, and stimulated easily, breakups can be a bit of a train wreck for them! That's why I decided to write up a post on exactly what the INFJ can do to start healing their broken heart.
To be completely honest, I don't think I've read a full book in over a year. My 5-22 year old self would be ashamed to hear that! In fact, my now 24 year old self is ashamed to say that! I've just been so incredibly busy that reading hasn't been a priority...
I've had such a great birthday today! I'm just full of so much joy for everyone in my life and for every part of my life! I woke up and was treated to a special breakfast of sausage, egg, and spicy cream cheese on cheese/jalapenyo bagels (yum!)
There are a million gazillion trillion articles on Pinterest all stating that they have the one and only way for you to earn money from your blog...and here I am writing yet another one of them! How silly of me (but not really). Because here's the difference between mine and theirs.
As mentioned in my last post, 3 Reasons Entrepreneurship is a Great Option for INFJ's, I'm fulfilling my promise to you to share some fantastic ways that creative introverts can earn an income! As a creative introvert, the words, "work from home," sound like music to me ears!
If you're an INFJ, you've most likely found it extremely confusing to choose one career path. It can feel limiting when there are so many different things you're passionate about and so many different ways that you want to help people!
Setting boundaries has always been my WORST NIGHTMARE. I've spent the majority of my life doing everything I can to avoid hurting and disappointing people... BUT recently I've been trying to make a real effort to set boundaries assertively and to be myself unapologetically.
I've been wanting to write this article for awhile but have been avoiding it simply because it's such a heavy topic and I don't want to mess it up. I don't take my articles about being an INFJ lightly because (and this may sound silly to people who aren't Myers Briggs obsessed) finding out I was an INFJ was life-changing for me!