You’d think, after 13+ “first days of school,” I’d know better than to expect a lot out of today.
I even made it a short day, with few expectations. At least few stated expectations. Apparently what my mouth says and what my mind wants are two totally different things.
Melody over at Blossoming Joy has written a helpful piece on homeschooling, and living in general, with low energy:
Are any of you HSPs also low energy? I know I am. Sometimes I think having my defenses up most of the time to ward off a high energy world is tiring in itself, but now I know I’m also anemic, have low blood pressure, and I have all the symptoms of low thyroid (although I test normal.) Most days are like dragging myself through hot mud. Which is why this blog has like 3 posts, LOL. If this sounds like you, too, go over to Melody’s and read all about it. 🙂
A quick question while I’m working on my next post in the Homeschooling Styles vs. HSP series…if you know your Myers-Briggs personality type, what is it? Do you know any other personality “styles” you fit into from other tests and descriptions?
I’m an INFP, and I must be one through and through, because no matter how I try to answer the various Myers-Briggs surveys (you know, trying to be *more* honest, or answering how I was as a child versus now, or getting someone to help me) I always come out INFP.
Feel free to tell me anything else you’d like to about your personality and your mind in the comments. 🙂