For some reason yesterday morning, Joe and I were talking about our different personalities and traits. He is all the time telling me that I live in a tra-la-la world and I tell him that he is too intense. He says that I prefer to have my head in the sand like an Ostrich but he is wrong. My head is in the clouds and not in the sand. Lol! I think that life is rainbows and unicorns instead of gray clouds and rain. Anyway, that got me to thinking so I went online and searched for a personality test to take. I didn’t have much time and I didn’t want to have to take one that you had to pay for. I found a free online one (not sure how accurate it would be) and it told me that I was an ENFP. Here is the description of an ENFP according to Wikipedia:
Idealists are abstract in speech and cooperative in pursuing their goals. Their greatest strength is diplomatic integration. Their best-developed intelligence role is that of either the Mentor(Counselors and Teachers) or the Advocate (Healers and Champions).
As the identity-seeking temperament, Idealists long for meaningful communication and relationships. They search for profound truths hidden beneath the surface, often expressing themselves in metaphor. Focused on the future, they are enthusiastic about possibilities, and they continually strive for self-renewal and personal growth.
Idealists strive to discover who they are and how they can become their best possible self — always this quest for self-knowledge and self-improvement drives their imagination – and Idealists yearn to help others make the journey too.
Interests: Idealists tend to study the humanities. They seek careers facilitating the personal growth of others, whether through education, counseling, or other pursuits that promote the happiness and fulfillment of individuals and society.
Orientation: The lives of Idealists are guided by their devotion to their personal ethics. They are altruistic, taking satisfaction in the well-being of others. They believe in the basic goodness of the world and of the people in it. They take a holistic view toward suffering and misfortune, regarding them as part of a larger, unknowable truth, a mystical cause-and-effect. With an eye toward the future, they view life as a journey toward a deeper spiritual knowledge.
Self-image: The Idealists’ self-esteem is rooted in empathetic action; their self-respect in their benevolence; and their self-confidence in their personal authenticity.
Values: The emotions of Idealists “are both easily aroused and quickly discharged.” Their general demeanor is enthusiastic. They trust their intuition and yearn for romance. They seek deeper self-knowledge and want to be understood for who they are behind the social roles they are forced to play. They aspire to wisdom that transcends ego and the bounds of the material world.
Social roles: Idealists seek mutuality in their personal relationships. Romantically, they want a soulmate with whom they can share a deep spiritual connection. As parents, they encourage their children to form harmonious relationships and engage in imaginative play. In their professional and social lives, Idealists strive to be catalysts of positive change.
Here is the test if you want to see your results. https://mbti.bz/en
I am still wearing color in an effort to brighten my spirits. It got dark so early last night and I was yawning by 5:30. Lol! Today will be much better, at least I hope it will. The sleeveless orange tank top that I have on was a Target find a couple of years ago. This color of orange looks better on me that a bright orange. That is the way with most colors so you need to try different shades to see which fits you the best.
This adorable cardigan is one that I bought last year I think. I have so many clothes that they all start running together. Lol! I like all of the colors in this cardigan. I do like a cardigan with a print on it because it opens up so many possibilities. Adding a cardigan or a jacket to a sleeveless tank will let you wear your top all year long. I only separate really hot clothing into a different closet. Otherwise, most of my clothes are in one large closet.
I am wearing a pair of pull-on jeans by NYDJ. These were in a Trunk Club shipment back in the summer. I think this is the first pair of lighter colored jeans that I have had in a long time. I normally buy the darker colored jeans because I think they are dressier. This style is called the Alina and they are still available but not in this color. NYDJ jeans have quickly become a favorite of mine and I like the pull-on version especially when you are traveling or shopping. ALSO, remember that Thanksgiving is coming up soon and these might come in handy! LOL!!!
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