Now through December 13th, Cents of Style is offering up our exclusive Sorry, It’s Too “Peopley” Out There Slouchy Tee with several color options (think holiday gifts! 🎁 ) for only $19.95 shipped – regularly $34.95! PLUS, you can snag our new Gray Sweatshirt for $32.95 shipped (regularly $47.95) – just be sure to use promo code HIPGIFT at checkout to score your Tee or Sweatshirt at these fantastic prices.
Even sweeter, whenever you head to checkout, you can choose to add a Shilo Tree of Life Bracelet in 6 different colors for an additional $0.99! Just look for the pop-up box when heading to checkout.
T-SHIRT INFO: Made of 60% Cotton and 40% Polyester – Women’s Jersey, Raw Edge, Scoop Neck, High Low, Raglan, Long Sleeve Graphic that says “SORRY, IT’S TOO “PEOPLEY” OUT THERE” in white ink. Choose from sizes Small (0-4), Medium (6-8), Large (10-12), X-Large (14-16) or XX-Large (18-20).
SWEATSHIRT INFO: Made of 50% Polyester, 37.5 Cotton and 12.5% Rayon – Wide Neck Sweatshirt with white bold graphic that says “SORRY, IT’S TOO “PEOPLEY” OUT THERE.” Choose from sizes Small (0-4), Medium (6-8), Large (10-12), X-Large (14-16) or XX-Large (18).
This shirt describes how I often feel when I’m craving downtime to recharge my battery. Can you relate?
I grew up always thinking I was an Extrovert, but over the last few years I’ve realized that I’m much more of an Introvert – which many are often surprised to hear. For a long time, I assumed because I’m not shy that I couldn’t possibly be an Introvert. Well, I was wrong. This particular article really hit home for me.
“Your whole life you’ve been confusing people – including yourself. Social interactions can either recharge or drain your social batteries. Parties can make you feel alive, switched on, and your most confident – or completely bored, annoyed and withdrawn. You’re resilient and sensitive at the same time. Very social but rarely out…”
I also could relate to many parts of this article:
You Find People to Be Both Intriguing and Exhausting
People watching? Yes. Meeting new people and hearing their life stories? Fascinating. Spending every weeknight hanging out with a different group of friends? Not a chance—as much as you enjoy people, you can only endure so much socializing before you need downtime. After a busy weekend or a long day at work, you feel the need to disappear and recharge by being alone or with just one other person (a best friend, a trusted roommate or your significant other).