Get excited about the little things. About wearing a new outfit for the first time. About Sunday brunches with your best friends. About the new cute guy in your class. About finding an extra dollar in your pocket. About anything that even remotely makes you happy because as you grow up, passions fade and enthusiasm gets mistaken for foolishness. So don’t let the grey world stop you from shining.


Virgo: What time is the concert?
Friend: 6PM
Virgo: What time are we leaving?
Friend: 5PM
Virgo: Will that be early enough?
Friend: Well it only takes around half an hour to get there
Virgo: Yes, but what days have you driven there? and was it during those times?
Friend: Um yes I'm sure I have before
Virgo: No. Are you definitely sure?
Friend: ...yeah
Virgo: And you've got the tickets?
Friend: Yes.
Friend: You wrapped them in bubble wrap
Friend: tied a padlock around them
Friend: and put them in your box under your ten other boxes in your box cupboard
Friend: wanted to be sure we got there

MBTI Personality Types do not define one’s personality. They describe how one’s brain works…

Please recognize that you are so much more than those four letters.

Please remember that we are all unique and have very special personalities that can only be created by our genes and experiences.

But definitely relish in the fact that you now know how you process information and use that brainpower to its fullest potential to grow, transform and improve your very individual personality.

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