Three Creative and Fun Indoor Activities Every Introvert Will Enjoy

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Much of the world, as we know it, exists outside our rooms and houses these days. Almost everyone who wants to experience it or advises you to experience it constantly lectures you about how you need to go out more for you to enjoy life. But, the truth is that you’re an introvert. As much as you’d like to head over to the beach or grab a bite at the restaurant, you’d much rather stay at home and enjoy some fun indoor activities.

The only problem is, with everyone constantly having fun outside, you might start to think that there really is nothing interesting for you to do indoors as an introvert. Well, luckily for you, we can confidently say that that’s untrue. There are tons of fun indoor activities that you can get right into as an introvert. In this article, we’ll be showing you some of them.

  1. Indoor Photography

If you have a flair for excellent images that are as captivating as they’re narrative, you can take a step into the world of pictures. If your passion once drove you to buy a professional camera, that’s great because it’ll help you take excellent pictures. But, if you do not quite have the financial buoyance to handle a professional camera right now, that’s fine too. After all, there’s an entire segment of photography dedicated to taking pictures with mobile phones alone. You can explore that area.

Admittedly, taking pictures indoors might be a tad difficult, considering that you don’t have so much of the sun’s natural light. But who says you can’t step outside your room into your compound to take these pictures? Who says you can’t even get a few photography lights and turn one of your rooms into a studio?

The best part is that you don’t even need another person to take these pictures. You could simply take pictures of common household items or even dabble into food photography. Then, teach yourself to edit them and make them look uncommon and extraordinary. Afterwards, you can choose to share with the real world.

  1. Writing

Some people like to capture the world with mobile phones and digital cameras. Some like to paint the world with words instead, describing every detail with paragraphs of varying lengths. You can do the same thing if you’re into writing.

The best thing about the craft is that there’s no shortage of what you can write about. If you’re a very creative person, you can write poems about virtually anything around you. If you’re a storyteller, you can write novels/novellas about anything that pops into your mind. If you’re more of a non-fiction person, you can write political articles, self-help pieces, how-tos, and virtually everything else in between. It’s really up to you what you decide to do. But, understand that you have a lot of options on the table.

When you’re done writing, you can choose to keep it to yourself or share it with the world.

  1. Cooking

If you’re not really into photography or writing, then you just might enjoy some cooking. This activity can prove to be truly rewarding because there’s no limit to what you can do with it.

For starters, you can take old recipes and spice them up (pun intended) to create something new. Alternately, you can search for recipes online and try to recreate them. If you’re feeling really creative, you could create your own recipes from scratch. The possibilities are endless but can be very satisfying (pun intended, again **wink).


There are so many other things you can do with your time as an introvert, from painting to playing an instrument or even starting a podcast. The list is endless. But, these are simply a couple of things you can do to get started.

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Oyebode Oluwasegun is a passionate writer with a flair for informing, educating, and entertaining. When he isn't busy clicking away at his laptop's keyboard and creating useful content, he's taking evening walks or enjoying the latest DC movies.

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