How to Add Value to Your Life (And Get Rid of the Bad)

I have talked a lot about upgrading your life and adding adventure. Some of you guys wanted to have smaller steps to get you started. The first step is starting simple, especially when you are younger and just starting out. One small thing that I have done is that if something will take me a minute or less to do, I just do it right away. If I need to do a lot of chores, I will start with laundry because it takes less than a minute to start. Then, I will arrange the dishes. I don’t need to do everything at once. When you do things that take a minute or less, they all add up.

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Surviving a Customer Service Job

Customer service is the bane of some people’s existence, and a headache for many others. I think everyone should work in customer service at least once in their lives, because it teaches you humility and understanding. You get to see how things can happen, such as long lines, computers going down, and the kitchen of a restaurant getting slammed. It isn’t always the worker’s fault when those things happen. When you have worked in customer service, you have a better idea of how things work, are less bitchy about things, and are less likely to leave a mess. Since I want everyone to work in customer service, I might as well give you a way to survive it!

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Introverts in Bed: Interview with Leah of Good Girls Talk About Sex Podcast

I had the pleasure of having Leah of the Good Girls Talk About Sex podcast on the Introvert’s Bubble for an interview. When I asked her what made her think about doing her podcast and how it related to her being an introvert, she explains how spending most of her life being terrified of sex had a lot to do with being an introvert and not knowing how to interact with people she was interested in.

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Being a Better Person Doesn't Mean You Have to be Less Introverted

Growing older means growing as a person. I don’t know if this topic came to mind because of New Year’s, or my birthday, or for other reasons, but most of us want to be better people. We try to do that as every year goes by or when we try new things. It also comes from constructive criticism in our lives. For example, when someone tells us we were insensitive or rude, we want to know so that we can change and grow. No one is ever completely done learning in life and we don’t purposely rub people the wrong way.

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