Exploring Budapest | Week 3

I'm starting to get all my weeks mixed up because Bratislava is technically part of week 2, but I happily stuck it in week 3. And by the time I'm writing this, I'm probably already in Week 4 or 5, but it obviously takes a lot of time to sit down to write, process photos …

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Text, Don’t Call: An Interview with Introvert and Cartoonist Aaron Caycedo-Kimura

In general, it’s easier for introverts to express themselves in writing than it is verbally, and it always takes us a little while to process things in our heads before expressing ourselves to the world. So, yes, it can get really comfortable and satisfying online, which may keep some out of practice with face-to-face interactions.

As an INFJ, this is super relatable!

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INFJoe is the cartoon persona of artist Aaron Caycedo-Kimura. Stuck in a creative rut in 2012, Aaron developed INFJoe and discovered a receptive community of fellow introverts. He’s been sharing funny, insightful, and empowering cartoons on his blog ever since. His new book, Text, Don’t Call: An Illustrated Guide to the Introverted Life, celebrates life as an introvert and offers tips on navigating a noisy, people-filled world.


You began posting on INFJoe Cartoons in January 2013. Why did you start this site? How has your focus or style evolved since then?

I started INFJoe Cartoons to encourage fellow INFJs (my Myers-Briggs personality type). As an artist, I thought drawing comics would be a fun way to do that. Growing up as an INFJ was extremely difficult for me. Among other things, INFJs are deeply emotional, highly sensitive, empathetic, and introverted, and they often find themselves feeling odd or out…

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Beach Day!

On a chilly (I emphasize chilly because it explains why I was in long pants) summer day, we decided to go to the beach because my cousin was in town. The last time I saw her was probably some time in middle school when she visited for a weekend or so since she lives in …