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This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

About Cathryn Curry

Cathryn Curry Bio: Cathryn “Cat” Curry is an ostentatious introvert who finds serenity in a well-organized spreadsheet, climbing giant rocks or binge-watching Netflix with her bestie. She is a Project Manager by day, creative writer by night who loves a perfectly timed movie reference in casual conversation, and introducing noobs to the incredible world of Star Wars. Cat enjoys doing her best Gumby impression on the yoga mat, photographing her husband’s epic beard and catching up on her Fiction filled reading list because real life is non-fiction, and we all need a break from that now and then right? Chat with Cat at her blog site LifeIntroverted.com, BengalHouseCat.com or on Instagram @CurriedCat.

Part of Their World

I’ve never been one to day dream. I’m typically quite focused and am able to fully engage in whatever the task is at hand. However whether you are busy at work making intricate complex coffee drinks, tracking financials on spreadsheets or alphabetizing your Outlook in box, sometimes it’s fun to mentally break away and picture […]

By |August 23rd, 2015|I Nerd This in My Life, Life Introverted|0 Comments

10 Important Survival Lessons for Attending Comic-Con International

Last week marked a tremendous occasion for me – it was my first trip to Comic-con international in sunny San Diego. Sure my friends and I have trolled the streets of the Gaslamp looking for celebs after the convention closed for the night, but we’d never sat in on a panel and listened to our […]

By |August 23rd, 2015|Life Introverted|0 Comments

Practice Makes Perfect

Exciting times! SO much happening all at once! New career opportunities. European adventures. And my first “published” article outside of my blog sites!

I recently had three blog posts accepted to one of my favorite blog sites, HelloGiggles.com.

I considered this was a huge victory and my excitement was only surpassed when I received an email from HG inviting me […]

By |May 12th, 2015|Life Introverted|0 Comments

5 Reasons Why Introverts Are Low Maintenance Dates

I’m having the best night ever. It’s Saturday night, its raining in San Diego, we have a fire roaring in our wood burning stove, we’re drinking a local brewery’s porter, eating mint chocolate chip ice cream in pajamas all while watching the Wizard of Oz. The only thing that could make it better would be […]

What Type of “Trovert” Are You?

We’ve discussed in the past the necessary evil of some labels. I don’t feel that being either an introvert or an extrovert is in any way a hindrance.  I’ve debated with some folks that feel that being an introvert has held them back, or deterred them from living, but I don’t believe that labeling yourself […]

By |April 18th, 2015|Anxiety and Introversion, Life Introverted|0 Comments

Acing Your In Person Interview

Let’s face it. You’re kind of a big deal. You may not shout it from the mountain tops, but you know what’s up in your working world. People come to you for answers, and because you are reliable and a known commodity…Now we just have to teach you how to convey that to someone that […]

By |April 18th, 2015|Introverts In the Workplace|0 Comments

10 Tips to Nailing the Dreaded Phone Interview

I can’t stand talking on the phone. I don’t know if it’s because I overdosed on phone calls during my high school years, or my disdain for the evolution from dependable land lines to the ever unpredictable cell phone (this probably has a lot to do with my cow-town-no-tower upbringing.)

Despite my distaste for telephonic chit […]

By |April 15th, 2015|Introverts In the Workplace, Life Introverted|0 Comments

Leap of Faith

Starting anything is challenging.

Typically I will have what I think is a brilliant idea, and I’ll start to run with it.  I’ll work out the details wayyyy far into the weeds, communicate the idea with a bunch of people who may not be as enthused as I am, then get burned out too fast and […]

By |April 14th, 2015|Introverts In the Workplace, Life Introverted|1 Comment

Some Necessary “Labels”

I have never been a fan of “labels” (even before it was cool!) I spent Elementary School having students tell me I wasn’t popular enough. In High School I wasn’t risky or “punk” enough, now as an adult I’ve had peers tell me I need to “work on my confidence” because to them, it seemed […]

By |April 14th, 2015|Life Introverted|0 Comments

What’s the Deal with Introverts and Extroverts

That’s the real question right? What is all the fuss about being and “Introvert” or an “Extrovert” and why start a blog about it??

The E/ I terms were originally coined by the Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung. Jung was best known for his breakthrough and definition of  psychology concepts such as the archetype, the collective […]

By |April 14th, 2015|Life Introverted|0 Comments