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    29 Things Every Introvert Will Want ASAP

    "It's way too peopley outside."

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    1. A book for helping you better understand your introverted habits and traits, and make sense as to why being an introvert isn't bad like people crack it up to be.


    Promising review: "At 71 years of age, I wish that this could've been one of the first books I read when I was a young girl. I grew up thinking I was weird because I was the only one in my family that craved quiet. I hated being called shy and stuck up, until reading this book helped me finally understand that it's normal for me to be and feel the way I do. What an enlightening book. It made me laugh and it made me think. You are NEVER too old to learn and discover new things that will forever change your outlook on life. I'm SO very happy that Laurie Helgoe wrote this beautiful book. No one could ever find it boring. It has set me free to just be who I am: a friendly and joyful person who loves people, animals, and trees, and just need a bit more quiet time than others may." β€”Lanai Malu

    Get it from Amazon for free/Audiobook, $10.07/Kindle, or $12.83/paperback.

    2. A pajama short set for building up your staying-at-home wardrobe, which as an introvert, you know is far more important than stocking up on clothing to wear out in public.


    Promising review: "These are the softest pajamas I've ever worn! The fit is great. They keep me cool in the south Alabama summer heat, yet they are also warm. I love these so much that I plan to buy them in every color! I highly recommend this set!" β€”April Yogi

    Get them from Amazon for $16.99+ (available in 31 styles, and sizes XS–2XL).

    3. A Homesick candle to help make your living space feel more like home, even if your home state is thousands of miles away.

    Amazon, Homesick

    Promising review: "I got this as a surprise for my boyfriend. He moved to my state from Texas for college. I wasn't sure about how it would smell, but I figured even if he wasn't a fan it would be neat as a decoration for his room. When I surprised him with the candle and he smelled it, he actually got very emotional and started crying because he said the smell instantly brought back so many memories of home. I don't know how they did it, but Homesick Candles managed to replicate the smell of home so well in this candle that it took my boyfriend back home immediately. Definitely worth the money!" β€”Bailey K

    Get them from Amazon for $29.94 or Homesick for $29.95.

    4. A six-pack of wine labels with messages that'll encourage you to get into your jammies, plant your booty on the sofa, and down the whole bottle of vino yourself.


    Get them from Classy Cards on Etsy for $9.28.

    5. A Coffee and a Classic subscription – you'll get a book, fun items, and a hot bevvy right to your doorstep each month, giving you the perfect excuse to stay in every Friday and Saturday night.


    What you'll get: Each box comes with a classic novel to read, a warm beverage of your choice to sip on, two book-related goodies, and a cool bookmark!

    Promising review: "I cannot even convey how much I love this subscription service. The quality of the book alone is amazing and all the goodies that come with it are exquisite. I adore the personal touches that came with mine, like the printed satchel. The cocoa and the chocolate sticks I got were delicious. I love everything so much. It's a fantastic find! " β€”Campina

    Get it from Cratejoy for $28.49/month.

    6. A fuzzy throw blanket to make you feel all warm and cozy, and remind you exactly why being an introvert is so wonderful.


    Promising review: "I can't tell you how much I love this beautiful throw. It's everything you could possibly want in a blanket: beautiful, warm, and PET APPROVED!!" β€”99VetteGal

    Get it from Amazon for $28.98+ (available in 18 colors, and five sizes).

    7. A set of blackout curtains that'll help block out light (and the world outside, for that matter) because everything is better inside.


    Promising review: "These curtains do an amazing job blocking out early morning to afternoon direct sunlight through our east facing double sliding glass doors. There is a noticeable difference in room temperature, (much cooler) when compared to the vertical blinds these curtains replaced. There is also no glare on the TV whatsoever. They look really nice, I love the color, and they are not as heavy as I would have expected. I am really pleased with this purchase." β€”ThatMomLady

    Get them from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in 30 colors, and seven sizes).

    8. A sassy pair of socks with a variety of different sayings to help you express all the things you wish you could just yell out to everyone.


    Promising review: "I love these socks. I secretly wear them to work, where no one can see my socks, and it makes me smile. They fit perfectly. I've worn and washed them several times and they're holding up well; the colors are still vibrant and they don't have any holes." β€”Amazon Customer

    Get them from Amazon for $5.49+ (available in 39 styles, and sizes 5–10).

    9. An Amazon Prime membership that will basically be your reason to never have to leave the house again β€” when you get free shipping and access to a world of endless entertainment and services, what's the point of venturing out into the cold, cruel world anyways?


    Don't think Amazon Prime benefits are worth it? Think again! You can enjoy free two-day, one-day, even same-day shipping on various products. You have access to a world of entertainment with the ability to stream content through Amazon Music and Prime Music, Prime Video, Twitch Prime, and Amazon Channels. You also have access to other services like AmazonFresh, Prime Wardrobe, Prime Pantry, and you can even save money in-store at Whole Foods. Is your credit card out yet? Still not convinced? Sign up for a free trial and get ready to be wowed!

    You can subscribe to Amazon Prime for $119/year, or $12.99/month.

    10. A contoured sleep mask so you can treat yourself to the fabulous gift of a better night's sleep β€” especially perfect to use on days you're extra tired because you were forced to interact with other lifeforms.


    Promising review: "After trying a couple brands, I now keep myself stocked with these sleep masks at all times. I use these every night, and they are perfect. When you open a new mask, the edges will seem a little stiff at first, but they will quickly soften and conform to your face after a night or two. I buy a new mask about every six months." β€”Amanda Wagoner

    Get it from Amazon for $12.98 (available in 35 styles).

    11. A T-shirt that's kinda like a weather forecast, but instead of weather it's people... and all introverts know cloudy with a chance of people is worse than cloudy with a chance of torrential downpours, TBH.


    Dramatic? Sure. True? Yes.

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99 (available in sizes S–XL).

    12. A ginormous coffee mug, because come on introverts, we both know the whole pot of coffee you brewed isn't being shared with anyone. So pour all of it in this big mug, sip it slowly, and enjoy a coffee date with yourself.


    Promising review: "We had a Secret Santa party at work and the co-worker I picked loves coffee. I wanted to get something that was funny and still appropriate for work. This coffee mug is huge and brought a big smile to her face. It was under $20 and worth every penny. I opened the box to make sure it was delivered in one piece, and for a brief second I contemplated keeping the gift for myself. Good thing it was too late to order something else so my co-worker received it instead." β€”Jamie

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    13. A mini griddle for whipping up single-sized portions, because eating meals alone means no one can judge you for playing with your food, eating it with your bare hands, making a mess, and chewing loudly.


    Features dual non-stick surfaces for even cooking results and an indicator light. Perfect for whipping up individual servings of things like eggs, pancakes, grilled cheese, stir fry, and more!

    Promising review: "I live in a small dorm studio with a very small kitchen. This device fits perfectly and is very pleasant. Not only does it make the best eggs ever, but I can use it to heat bread and pizza slices that come out crunchy, fresh, and delicious. I'm sure I could use it to grill burgers and chopped meat as well. There the food doesn't stick at all whatsoever. It's very easy to clean and the pretty color is a plus, too." β€”Mourad Raouf

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in six colors).

    14. An The Introverted Chick subscription – it delivers a fun assortment of goodies to make you feel like you're receiving a fun care package each month.


    What you'll get: A curation of 8-10 items such as accessories, home goods, jewelry, snacks, tech items, stationary, and more! Because you deserve to treat yourself!

    Promising review: "After searching for a subscription box that really speaks to me I have finally found the one! Everything was not only super cool, but useful, beautifully wrapped, and presented in such happy colors! Every item something I would have wanted, but never got for myself. It's a total self-care box for body and soul, and the items were fantastic quality and honestly unique. The frozen ice cream bowl was just epic! I can't wait until next month's box!!!!!" β€”Andrea H.

    Get it from Cratejoy for $39.99/month.

    15. An activity book that'll keep your curious mind busy, without needing any sort of stimulation from human contact.


    Promising review: "This book is where self-awareness meets empowerment meets adult coloring meets your inner child. It's full of very cool activities for both silliness and self-discovery. There are lists to make, things to write and draw, and things to color and cut out. It’s aimed at introverts, but anyone who ever turns their thoughts inward should find this book great fun, and enlightening too." β€”Review from NC

    Get it from Amazon for $9.60.

    16. A boyfriend pillow for having a snuggle buddy each night, but better, because there's no actual interaction with another person, so basically it's BETTER than a real boyfriend.


    Promising review: "This was a hilarious gag gift for my 'forever single' friend and she thought it was amazing. She's since started an IG hashtag about her 'bf' and takes the funniest pictures with the pillow. Overall, it's both extremely comfortable and very funny. You can't go wrong." β€”Samantha

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95 (available in 10 colors).

    17. A cat-printed dress to wear if you also identify as a cat-lady and are forced to actually leave your home and socialize with others for a day β€” you can look stylish while expressing yourself.


    Promising review: "I love this dress!! It's adorable and looks exactly like the picture. I was sort of nervous that it would be too short on me, (I'm 5'8") but it's a perfect, flattering length. I was also worried it'd be too small, (I'm 200 lbs.) but I ordered the XL and it fits extremely comfortably, not tight anywhere at all. The belt is a little snug, but not uncomfortably so. I can still fit it around my waist just fine! Overall, wonderful dress!!! I love it!" β€”leefychii

    Get it from Amazon for $27.99 (available in sizes XS–XL).

    18. Or if you're opting for something a little more laid back and a heck of a lot more honest, this tee will do the trick.


    Promising review: "I love this shirt and it fits great! Although I had to use a Sharpie to make 'cat' plural because I didn't want one cat to get jealous and think I was making plans with the other without him. :)" β€”Mandy

    Get it from Amazon for $6.49+ (available in sizes S–3XL).

    19. A cookie sheet set with emoji cookie cutters for baking your heart out and then eating it all by yourself! Because let's be real, no one actually enjoys sharing the baked goods they make with anyone, right?


    Pans are made of BPA- and PFOA-free carbon steel to help you bake and brown your goodies easily. Plus, everything is dishwasher-safe!

    Promising review: "These cookie sheets are wonderful. They cook evenly and are very easy to clean up. You can either wash them up fast with a rag and soap or just put it in the dishwasher. I like the fact that they come in a set of three. Each are a different size so you can use whichever best fits your needs. The cookie cutters that came with them were emoji's which I thought were pretty cool since emoji's are all the rage these days. One was even the poo emoji." β€”a35mmfanatic

    Get them from BuzzFeed's Tasty collection, exclusively at Walmart for $9.97 (originally $13.99).

    20. A card to gift the one person in your life who is lucky enough to actually be liked by you β€” it's truly an honor to be them.


    Get it from The Beautiful Project on Etsy for $4.50.

    21. A journal filled with a year's worth of question prompts that you fill out over the course of five years, so as the years go on, you can keep track of your own personal growth.


    Read our review of this wonderful little journal.

    Promising review: "I love this little journal! I've always journaled but rarely felt the urge to go back and read previous ones (in fact, I cringed when I did). I also tended to only write about what was bothering me at the moment. This journal asks a question a day that can be simple or profound, depending on your thinking at the time. An example: 'What do you need to throw away?' You could give a simple answer like 'old taxes,' or a profound one like 'anger.' The same question is answered on the same date annually for five years, showing you how you have changed or stayed the same. The format is such that you can start it on any day of the year. I actually look forward to writing in it every night." β€”Michele Mitchell

    Get it from Amazon for $11.89.

    22. A banner to hang by the front door, just in case you get any ideas about leaving the house. I'm not sure why you would do that, but this banner will hopefully serve as a reminder to stay in.


    Get it from Quinn Luu on Etsy for $28.

    23. An adorable pair of animal slippers sure to become your new favorite pair of shoes, because when life happily consists of staying home and chilling with yourself, these bad boys are like designer footwear. Kinda.


    Promising review: "These slippers are amazing! I live in the basement with hard floors that are super cold. It's like living on an iceberg, and no matter how many layers of socks I'd wear, my feet would still be cold. I have a condition called Raynaud's where my hands and feet have trouble staying warm and they turn blue because there isn't enough blood flow. They often go completely numb from being so cold. I put these slippers on, and within about two minutes, my feet were warm. The feeling came back into them, and I couldn't feel the cold floor at all. These slippers are incredibly comfortable, fit my feet exactly, and are completely adorable to boot! I loved these so much that my mom and sister got some as well! All of us love these miracle slippers. They're the best slippers I've ever owned, and I've owned a lot." β€”Random chick

    Get them from Amazon for $20.99+ (available in various styles, and sizes 5.5–13/14).

    24. A pullover that'll make sure those around you know how you really feel about being around them. Warning: you must arrive late to wherever you're going in order for the full effect of this shirt to kick in.


    Get it from Amazon for $31.99 (available in four colors, and sizes S–2XL).

    25. Enamel pins for perfectly accessorizing any look. Chances are you don't wanna say any of the phrases on these pins out loud, but wearing them in the form of a fun and stylish pin? Heck ya!


    Get them from Etsy: the Quiet, Please pin from Punky Pins for $9.74, the I Like To Party pin from Grandma Thunderpants for $8, or the Can I Go Home Yet? pin from fairycakes for $9.09 (available in two styles).

    26. A door mat because turning people away from your home is rude and unfriendly, but having a door mat do the talking for you is more than acceptable.


    Promising review: "This is hands down the best thing I could have bought for my house. Do I like visitors??? NO. Does this mat make that extra clear?? YES. I don't even like when my own family shows up and now them and all other strangers can look down and be forewarned. It's really helped people understand the attitude they get before I even open the door. Of course the only person it doesn't apply to is my UPS driver β€” bless his soul." β€”Amanda Wiley

    Get it from Amazon for $23.86.

    27. A pair of noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones that'll have you jamming out to your favorite songs, tuning into your favorite audiobooks, and catching up to some great podcasts, all while blocking out the noisy world outside.


    Allows for 30 hours of Bluetooth playtime per charge!

    Promising review: "These are beautifully crafted, very comfortable noise-cancelling headphones. The sound quality is everything I'd hoped for. They paired up quickly with my HP laptop on the first attempt. The fit and finish is near perfect in my opinion. The aluminum frame is very attractive, well-padded, and oh-so-smooth to the touch. It came with a nice leather-like travel bag, a cord for connecting directly to devices, and a USB cable for charging the lithium battery. After charging them overnight, I used them for six continuous, gloriously comfortable hours. There was no fading of sound and the battery seemed to be ready for several more hours of use. The volume control is smooth and adjusts easily. The sound remained clear, crisp and easy to listen to from the highest to the lowest volume setting. I would buy them again in a nanosecond." β€”Ken Andrews

    Get them from Amazon for $59.99+ (available in five colors).

    28. A canopy that'll serve the very important function of keeping bugs out, because as an introvert, not only do you not like people, but you don't like bugs either! It also makes your bed look like a secret little haven just for you.


    Promising review: "Loved this mosquito net, the traveling case is nice even though we bought it to be more permanent over our bed. It keeps us well protected when we sleep with all the windows open allowing us to truly appreciate the spring, summer, and fall cool nights. Also the first night we used it, I found a stink bug and wolf spider on the net in the morning. Another day I found a scorpion! Overall very well worth the money and I love the look of it, too! We are also going to put this outside around one of our hammocks so we can enjoy bug-free, lazy afternoons." β€”Grace & Garrett

    Get it from Amazon for $17.97+ (available in two sizes).

    29. And a sticker so you can reward yourself on the rare occasions you choose to actually socialize β€” we're proud of you!


    Get it from Katie Abey on Etsy for $.65.

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