Life as an INFJ (Intravert, Intuitive, Feeler, Judger)
People of this type tend to be creative, original and independent; thoughtful, warm and sensitive; global thinkers with great passion for their unique vision; cautious, deliberate and planful; organized, productive and decisive; reserved and polite.
The most important things to INFJs are their ideas, and being faithful to their vision.
Here are just a few popular and often satisfying careers for people whose Personality Type is INFJ:
Special education teacher
Alcohol and drug addiction counselor
Diversity manager / trainer
Speech / language pathologist
Director of religious education
Editor / art director
And can I just say that I was listening to Fresh Air on the way home after a particularly bad day in retail land and it just plain out stinks that Fred Rogers is dead. Stinks. Totally.
A QuiltArt member, Barb Groves writes what can only be deemed a brilliant hypothesis on the whole "where do the socks go" question:
There is something built into washers and/or dryers by the sock manufacturers, maybe. While the laundry spins and the socks are having such a good time, their brains boggled and whirling, giggling like tickled children, fondling stranger socks as they pass, they stumble over the edge in the washer into SockDivorce. Didn't you notice they'd been quarreling for several laundries, wrangling in a tangle? We should pay more attention to what our socks are up to.
Thanks Barb for giving permission to spread this wonderful imagery and explanation!