Being an Introvert Blogger & Building Confidence

If you knew me personally, you would know that I am not much of a people person. I definitely enjoy my peace, quiet and distance from the hustle and bustle of reality. Although I do care a lot about what people think of me(I know, not so good), I am the type of person who likes to please people, nevertheless. I get nervous of attending big parties/ functions because I fear that I won’t fit in. Just the thought of doing something out of the ordinary makes me really anxious. And I know I have to work on that aspect of my social life. #TRUTHTALK

The blogging world can be a bit too much.

For someone who is a relatively a newcomer to this type of online scene, it took be a bit of time to find my voice or for my voice to be heard(still working on that). For a more reserved girl like myself, it was sort of a good thing because I was learning from a lot of blogs but without making such a big effort. But I learned that whether my voice is big or small, there will always be someone listening.


You can’t hide out forever.

This is SO something my Mom would tell me whenever I had to do something out of my ordinary. I mean its okay to be an introvert but stepping out of your comfort zone a bit wouldn’t hurt too because everybody has room to improve and grow. But that doesn’t mean you loose your personal identity.

Overcome your shyness. Reach out to others.

Since you already know I am a 100% introvert, you could already imagine how hard it was for me to talk or tell people that I have a blog(because that isn’t the first thing I tell someone when I meet them). But on the more internet scheme of things, I do enjoy doing collabs or bouncing off ideas with my fellow internet friends(not the type your thinking). I still have to work out on the me reaching out part though.

Get involved.

I love it when my readers comment on my posts or even comment questions on my blog posts because it actually allows me to get to know you more. And I do reply to every comment as much as possible.

**All photos and video were taken with a Sony A6000**

My Best Friend Does My Makeup Video

Bali video on VIMEO

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11 thoughts on “Being an Introvert Blogger & Building Confidence

  1. Great post. 🙂 Blogging has been the perfect platform for me, as an introvert, to feel comfortable putting myself out there! I can take time to really think about what I want to say instead of having the anxiousness of needing to know what to say at exactly that one moment (like in real life). I love commenting and replying to comments – you get to meet SO many people from the comfort of your own home! 😀 I just love it.
    Congrats, by the way – your blog looks great!!

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  2. Hey bea!!! Didn’t know we were kindred in spirits! Aside from coming from an architecture background, we are also both introverts and makeup enthusiasts. I’ve long been inactive, though, but keep up the good work!


    1. Lol!! I overheard you and Audrey talking about makeup last week over at AAVS and I told Hazel, should I tell them that I have a blog?? Hahaha! I guess the secret is out! I have had this for quite a long time already but tend to not mention it to architecture foe because I am scared that I might be judged for being so into myself and materialistic. But its really just another passion of mine! So happy you like my blog, Jam! Go start one yourself! xx


      1. hahaha. i know! i had a blog dedicated to makeup as well, but I kind of hid it to the world now, because I’m inactive and because I keep it a secret for fear of being judged. but feel free to check out my other blog, that is if you’re interested in poetry. 😀

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