|mondays are garbage.|
Yesterday was intense.
After being away from my “home office” for about five days I came home to a shit storm of emails, posts that need to be written, and orders to fulfill.
Lots and lots of t-shirt orders. As I write this I realize it sounds like a gross humble brag and it’s not meant that way, I’m just beyond thrilled to see this shirt selling like it is- even if it means packing shirts until 1 a.m. to play catch up.
Sometime around 1:30 I stopped packing and allowed myself some internet free time to wind down. Does anyone else do this? When you just let your searches go absolutely wild? I’ll click on any trashy article that my heart desires until I’m so lost in the internet rabbit hole I don’t even know where I started.
Last night I ended up on a personality test. I do these from time to time when I feel like I need a computer to remind me who I am… jk. But maybe not. I took the one found here, but there’s obviously hundreds out there.
And so last night at 2 a.m I learned that I am:
*delaying tasks I should be doing to take stupid personality tasks.
*will do absolutely anything to put off writing my script.
*great at wasting time.
But seriously, I got INFP-A.
Which means I am :
Introverted: 69%, Intuitive: 89%, Feeling: 59%, Prospecting: 60%, Assertive: 55%
I’m not completely sure what those numbers mean, but there were a few things the results said that were eerily close to home.
“INFPs listen to many, but talk to few.” Definitely.
Strengths: Often creative, energetic, flexible, dedicated, open minded, and very passionate.
Weaknesses: Too idealistic, not practical, difficult to get to know, too altruistic, takes things too personally….
what’s that supposed to mean!?!
And then there was this:
“INFPs will often focus their attention on a single worthy cause, but if they’re not careful they can become overwhelmed by all the bad in the world that they can’t fix.”
That sounds dramatic. But I know exactly what that line means. I have unrealistic expectations for the world and don’t understand why we can’t stop ABUSING ANIMALS. And kids. And people in general. But mostly dogs. That’s my “single worthy cause.” It’s what keeps me awake at night and makes me cry for animals I’ve never met.
But don’t worry, INFPs bounce back because we are very optimistic. Unrealistically optimistic sometimes, apparently. Me? Never. Lols.
And even though I have “trouble making friends” (the test actually said this, talk about feeling like a loser) the friends I do make, I keep forever. You hear that, friends? You’re stuck with me FOREVER.
Career paths I should choose: probably an author or a blogger because I “excel in hermit mode.” i.e. I’m energized by being alone and can feel lethargic or uninterested when surrounded by people I don’t know.
Basically I just learned that I’m a big old loser. High school makes so much more sense to me now.
The test also said that INFPs sometimes get so lost in their work they neglect basic upkeep of themselves and pretty much walk around looking like garbage people and don’t realize it and/or care. If you follow me on snap you know this is definitely NOT TRUE. I take pride in looking nice every day.
And this is another post brought to you by 3 a.m. internet searching/insomnia. If you’ve taken a test like this, what were your results? Were they accurate for you? Do tell, I’m a great listener and want to know.