My most frequent thought while scrolling through Facebook is “that’s… that’s not a thing.” People love to make up words to describe themselves in order to feel special, but unfortunately most of the people who show up in my newsfeed don’t have the creativity of Lewis Carroll or Dr. Seuss. So we end up with terms like “extroverted introvert,” which not only makes no sense, but is one of the more pointless terms I’ve seen lately. Continue reading “Extroverted Introverts Aren’t a Thing. Here’s Why.”
INTJs are strange, mystical creatures with uncharted depths and a penchant for looking angry. You’ll often find them lost somewhere between the facets of a problem and the pages of a book, if you find them at all. They’re something like a ninja, a robot, and a night unicorn combined, quietly, magically watching from the shadows, waiting for the perfect time to wow you with their brilliance.
So I have a theory. Actually, I have two theories that melded into one. Or rather, one theory that branched off two ways? I’m not totally sure, because it all happened at one time in my brain. So maybe it’s a hundred little theories all coming together into this one blog post. Whatever. You don’t care.
My theory is this: Your strengths as a writer can be determined through your Myers-Briggs personality type. I mean, obviously, right? Your personality influences how you see the world. But what if it could be broken down so that each strength was attached to one specific part of your personality? Continue reading “MBTI and Writing”