Last week I was contacted by some people who wanted me to come to their institute in Dehradun and tell the students about my journey of blogging. That was not a new proposal for me, I have gotten such proposals before but as always I refused politely. It’s not that that I don’t understand the importance of such proposals or I don’t want to share my experience with others, it’s just that I’m a very homely person and run from being in the limelight myself. The other reason is that I don’t think I find a comfort zone while speaking about myself in front of a lot of people. Perhaps, belonging to a conservative family such things make me uncomfortable. I can write my answers but not speak up as easily in front of others. It’s a minus point for a blogger
, I admit but this the fact and I can’t change it. So, I explained them politely about my refusal and why I couldn’t due to certain other personal reason. In that conversation, I felt that they weren’t convinced with the reason I had given them. I’m pretty sure they would have considered me a bit rude but the truth is that I’m not rude or arrogant, I’m just an introvert and shy.
It’s true, that when people meet a person who is an introvert they get a truly wrong illusion about them that they are rude but people can’t understand that the one they are considering rude is introvert and has the habit of being shy and can’t open up in many people but who can make them understand. My heart says that judging people from their first impression is just very dumb and foolish. We should let them be a bit open and motivate them to express themselves. People just don’t understand these problems. If we look at today’s generation they just want cool people around them and if anyone doesn’t like to talk much they just consider him or her a creep.
I think people should understand the difference between introverts and rudeness and then judge someone.
Honestly speaking, I was so shy by nature. Always remained far away from the crowd. That was my nature and it was not so that I didn’t try to change myself. Whenever my mother used to explain about it and warned me that how harmful that kind of nature could be for myself in future, I kept promising her to change my nature but…the truth is that you can’t change your real nature. I was shy and introvert but not rude or arrogant at all. Like my parents, I have been a kind-hearted, loving and sensitive person. People who are close to me and know me personally, they understand my character and nature. Yes, I am hesitant in coming ahead and extending a hand in friendship but once I have made a friend, I never leave. I never forget those I love.
Coming to my outfit:
These pics are taken in my Delhi trip in June when I came back from Odisha
. Meeting my sister and her family is always a pleasure. On that day, we both went for a walk and then made our minds to click some pictures. As always, I had worn a simple and comfy Indo-Western outfit.
I wore a black shirt dress
which I bought from Westside a few months ago. I paired it with blue jeans
Finished it with a casual bag, watch
and sunglasses and done. It’s an outfit everyone can carry so easily. You can dress up like that for anywhere from your office to college as well as shopping.
Jeans – H&M
Flats – Saint G Womens