Some people are running to kill time.
Some people are running,
so time won’t kill them.
After finishing my first hashtag project #100DPS, which I made to challenge myself to write more, I want to try a new hashtag project. It is called #LearnSomethingNew
In contrast to the previous hashtag project that only requires 100 post to finish, this one has no limitation. Which means I can use this hashtag as long as I can and as much as I want.
So, the objective of this hastag project is to challenge me to write a new stuff that I have learn. It can be anything ranging from a new word/term or even a new knowledge about history. Whatever it is, I will write it so that I will remember it longer.
I hope I’ll be consistent to post #LearnSomethingNew and, of course to learn something new 🙂
You should join too! XD
Lately I’ve been feeling a little bit different about myself.
The girl I used to be was a girl who enjoy being with a lot of people, talk a lot, making jokes and everything. Also likes to hang out with a bunch of people. The very typical extrovert girl.
I got my energy by meeting a lot of people, talking to my friends and having such a busy day outside.
But, the girl I am now is a little bit different. Just a little bit. Now I prefer to spend my time at home, gardening and taking care of my beautiful plants. Reading books all day in bed. And if I were to choose between hanging out in saturday night with the gangs or sitting in a cafe with just a person, I’d choose the second.
I was afraid to watch a movie alone. I don’t know, I just can’t imagine the feeling of coming into the theatre and buy a ticket for one person. Like how could that be?
I never thought about going to a coffee shop alone and I couldn’t stand of people watching me sitting alone like a freak. But now? It doesn’t feel that bad.
Rejecting an invitation to go to parties also happens quite often recently. Being in a crowd makes me exhausted.
It feels a little bit weird and I started to think “am I shifting to become an introvert or what? Is that even possible?”
So I googled it and found this on Quora:
So the answer is yes.
However, in my case, I guess the change is only at behavioral level. I don’t think I really switch into an introvert. But yes, I do not enjoy doing some extrovert activities that I enjoy before.
Well, it is true about what Veronika Pooky said at quora that we become more mature, we learn more about life, and thus affects our attitudes over time.