Myers Briggs In 3 Words

readingontheroof:

INFJ: Anxious, empathetic, paradoxical
ESTP: Spontaneous, charming, logical
INTJ: Anxious, calculated, intrinsic
ESFP: Spontaneous, colorful, friendly
INFP: Intrinsic, intense, quirky
ESTJ: Efficient, determined, traditional
INTP: Ingenious, knowledgable, quirky
ESFJ: Empathetic, dedicated, traditional
ISFJ: Traditional, empathetic, grounded
ENTP: Ingenious, innovative, charming
ISTJ: Traditional, logical, reserved
ENFP: Quirky, gentle, friendly
ISFP: Intrinsic, tasteful, grounded
ENTJ: Efficient, calculated, driven
ISTP: Independent, physical, logical
ENFJ: Empathetic, passionate, driven

Acknowledgments go to my super official colleague deadlyliv

(via gooseberryandcinnamonyogurt)

theflowershop:

"So you look at your life, and the two countries that hold it, and realize that you are now two distinct people. As much as your countries represent and fulfill different parts of you and what you enjoy about life, as much as you have formed unbreakable bonds with people you love in both places, as much as you feel truly at home in either one, so you are divided in two. For the rest of your life, or at least it feels this way, you will spend your time in one naggingly longing for the other, and waiting until you can get back for at least a few weeks and dive back into the person you were back there. It takes so much to carve out a new life for yourself somewhere new, and it can’t die simply because you’ve moved over a few time zones. The people that took you into their country and became your new family, they aren’t going to mean any less to you when you’re far away.

When you live abroad, you realize that, no matter where you are, you will always be an ex-pat. There will always be a part of you that is far away from its home and is lying dormant until it can breathe and live in full color back in the country where it belongs. To live in a new place is a beautiful, thrilling thing, and it can show you that you can be whoever you want — on your own terms. It can give you the gift of freedom, of new beginnings, of curiosity and excitement. But to start over, to get on that plane, doesn’t come without a price.”

(via ablogwithaview)

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