How Would You Describe Your Personal Style?

It's been such a lovely week, even through all the windy days and umbrellas going inside out. It's the kind where you walk around feeling your mind smiling because even though it's cold there's a certain positive feeling inside of you that you can't quite explain. Even when they're days where I felt a bit … Continue reading How Would You Describe Your Personal Style?

When Do You Feel The Most Like Yourself?

This is such a powerful drawing, the way it expresses so many different messages. When I look at it, it gives me a sense of disguise, pretending to be someone else, changing our appearances, thinking in different ways, seeing things from different minds (and perspectives), the different sides of our personality, feeling disconnected from our mind … Continue reading When Do You Feel The Most Like Yourself?

The Common Misconceptions About INFJs

If there is something I feel that many INFJ's may be able to relate to, it is the feeling of being different and sometimes (or often) misunderstood. Most of these points are from my own personal experience, and perhaps you have experienced it too. There have been moments where I feel I wasn't able to … Continue reading The Common Misconceptions About INFJs

The Little Things That INFJs Will Understand

Every personality is so different, it's almost like unlocking a magical ancient door and opening it to discover a garden inside of mysteries. Do you ever find the more you get to know someone, the more you feel as if they look different because you start seeing their personality shining through, rather than the initial … Continue reading The Little Things That INFJs Will Understand

Living In A World That Praises Extroverts

Everyone is different. In a world where many people want to fit in, it's only when we are ourselves can we appreciate our differences. If you've ever been left out in high school, you will understand that feeling. As someone who didn't want to pretend to be energetic all the time or say words that are … Continue reading Living In A World That Praises Extroverts