(this post needed a photo so it wouldn't be too boring. that's me on a super-sleepy tuesday morning. i curl my eyelashes because i like gadgets and an eyelash curler is quite a gadgety looking tool.)
But for those who enjoy looking deeper into things, there is the interesting Jung Typologoy test. I initially took the assessment about 2 or 3 years ago, and thought it was pretty neat at the time.
But lately I've been struggling with accepting my chaotic and unbalanced ways. For instance, I tend to tornado my way through the house while leaving stuff everywhere as I jump from this to that. I wish I had more order in my life- it would make things so much easier and I wouldn't be running down to my car only to turn around and run all the way back up the stairs because I forgot this or that. Which pretty much happens every morning. And then again every night when I go to bed and get comfy only to get up again because there was just one other thing I have to do. I know it makes Joe absolutely nuts that I function in such a rambling way. And I take forever to make decisions and would really rather avoid doing so. But what ends up confusing me is that I care about others and how they are doing...and wouldn't you think a person like that could get their own life together and have a bit of order?
It all makes my head spin, but luckily there is reason to the madness, according to Jung/Myers-Briggs.
I'm an INFP type.
The 'P' is where my disorganization comes from, apparently...
And then there is Joe. Thankfully he is the "TJ" because I don't know what I would do if neither of us had any structure.
Here is the breakdown of the letters and what they stand for:
It's all highly interesting to me. Have you ever taken the test? What type are you?
I also thought it was neat to read that INFPs pretty much need to have a FUN job in order to be happy in life. That makes a lot of sense to me. I'd say I have a pretty fun job right now. I know, I STILL haven't told you about the job I got all the way back in January. I will, one day. For now I can say that I work at a place called Rutabaga. Neat, huh?
Off I go to do the house work I was supposed to be working on for the past 2 hours. Joe should be home from work in 10 minutes...we'll see how far I can get.