Introvert N The City
Hi! I’m Marsha B., and I’m a socially awkward 30-something introvert maneuvering her way through New York City. From a very young age I recognized I was different. While it took me years to identify my personality type, I knew that there was something unique, spiritual and calm about my energy. I sucked at networking, always wanted to go home early and dwelled deeply on the awkward encounters I’d find myself in. My friends referred to me as a “grandma” or “old soul.” At the time I thought it was fitting but it took me a few years to realize I’m just introverted.

In my 20’s I discovered Issa Rae’s “Awkward Black Girl” on YouTube. Her socially awkward demeanor depicted my whole existence! It was then I realized being a socially awkward introvert is not a negative quality. I’m wired in a way that appreciates solitude and uses it as an opportunity to recharge, reflect and rebuild.

As a textbook introvert I’ve managed to connect with people in the fashion and media world in order to build long-lasting, professional relationships. I realized there are tons of us out there! Introvert N the City is a safe space for introverts, those who don’t understand introverts and the socially awkward folks who need need to be reminded of their amazingly unique personalities.

Beyond providing content for introverts, I am creating a space for people to explore the power of their thoughts and how it shows up in the universe.   Positive within will translate to living a positive life.  Introvert N the City will give you tips on how to de-stress, manifest an abundant life and become the best version of yourself.

Immediate facts. Brooklyn resident, Brooklyn college graduate, travel enthusiast and full-time journalist.