OUTGOING INTROVERT

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When I was younger, I was extremely shy. As I progressed through my secondary education I became a social butterfly. That's what my teachers told my parents at conferences. My dad would tell me, "you are in school to learn, not to socialize!" But, talking to people got me through that long day of learning the algebraic method, and the periodic table. Socializing was very necessary for me. I considered myself more extroverted, but still reserved around newcomers or in a group setting.

As I've gotten older, I appreciate conversations with substance and more meaningful relationships. This made me question my extrovertedness (yep, made that word up).  After reading Susan Cain's book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, I identified with outgoing introverts, also known as ambiverts. Many people identify with this personality type. A common misconception about introverts is that they are anti-social or socially awkward, when in fact we just prefer to socialize on our own accord. 

How do you identify your personality?

I found this top at an online t-shirt store by the name of iloveapparel. When I saw this shirt I immediately thought, "that shirt is so me!" The price point was reasonable and the quality was good. I also ordered my husband a super cute shirt and a pair of socks. My skort (skirt/shorts) is BCBG and my shoes are Nike.

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