Monthly Archives: February 2018

To all the ambiverts out there

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I am an ambivert. I need to see, talk to and be around people. I also need quiet time of solitude and introspection. I love parties and also the after-party time. I am comfortable to share the office with an introvert colleague. I also enjoy a water cooler or cafeteria joyous chat.

I was looking to read more about ambiverts for a better self awareness and a better social rapport. I found a good article by Karl Moore.

How to be an effective ambivert? The balance and borders are key. Enjoy reading!

https://www.quietrev.com/3-ways-effective-ambivert/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=infusionsoft&utm_campaign=weeklynews&inf_contact_key=3f879d212671c8c4e811b80f87c866884082cc3d54f9cefece6181bba9caa4fd

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“Stories of Dinosaurs” by Russel Punter

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The Usborne Young Reader collection has some good and funny books. My kid picked the “Stories of Dinosaurs” from the School library. The book has three stories. In one, a brave Kriposaurus fights a Megalosaurus. In the second, two carnivore Raptor brothers save their restaurant opening by successfully improvising with a vegetarian dinner. And the third story…..I’ll let you discover it together with your young reader.