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What Do You Mean By "Nerd"?

OK, so we’ve established to my total audience of myself and . . . and let’s not examine that too closely . . . just what “Hot” means to me as a goal in my future Love.   676 more words

Hot Nerd Girl

What's Scary

“Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women, and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee, never to be heard from again.”

The new podcast  455 more words


I Crave Alone Time More Than I Crave Chocolate

I crave alone time more than I crave chocolate, and even that is an understatement. A craving is just something I really want. Me and alone time are like me and oxygen. 362 more words

Full of Personality: Some Thoughts on Meyers-Briggs

I have an odd personality. I’ve done an extensive, twenty-five year study on the subject, complete with notes and field tests, so I think I can safely say I’m an expert. 1,566 more words

Life And Musings

Hello, World?

In my bed past midnight. Exhausted and terrorized by another long day in my head. I’ve ended every night this way for a long time. 69 more words


Discovering Your Personality Type 

I remember being about 12 when my mother came home from work and told me about a personality test based on the Meyers Briggs module that she and her co-workers filled out that day. 132 more words

Six Things Writers Should Know About the Myers-Briggs Distinction I(N)tuition and (S)ensing

This post is number 2 in a series about Myers-Briggs types, and will highlight six things writers should know about how their characters will generally favor either sensing or intuition. 556 more words

On The Writing Process

Alexandrina Brant reblogged this on Miss Alexandrina and commented:

Reblog from writer Victoria Grefer about characteristics of Meyers-Briggs Intuitive v Sensing personalities. As an INFJ and a writer, I find this series interesting and helpful.