Archive for February, 2015

Here’s Where You Should Live Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Thought Catalog

Sue ClarkSue Clark

ISFJ – Zurich, Switzerland

If there’s anything an ISFJ likes it’s a clean, well-ordered environment where everyone gets along nicely and everything works the way it should. In the pristine city of Zurich, ISFJs will find themselves perfectly at home. Reserved but polite, the citizens of Switzerland don’t like to raise much of a fuss unless they have to. They go about their days, get business done as they should and then retire to their well-maintained homes with their close-knit families. Ever-neutral Switzerland is the ideal spot for the peace-seeking ISFJ. No fuss, no muss, no hefty disagreements.

ENTP – Hong Kong

Hong Kong offers a diverse fusion of the Eastern and Western worlds, with enough food, entertainment, languages, religions, diversity and opportunity to keep the ENTP intellectually stimulated until the end of time. This type loves exploring new avenues of thought and new methods of experiencing life…

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We buy things we don’t need, with money we don’t have, to impress people we don’t like.

Stu's Blog

I don’t know about you, but for me it’s a real symptom : Ever noticed how somedays, when you’re feeling down, you go out and buy something, as a kind of reward or present to yourself. And that feeling down can be anything from frustration at your job, frustration with life in general or just about anything else.

I can remember being in Paris and going into town on a Saturday, and regularly buying something that I didn’t need. It made me feel good, it made me feel cool, it made me feel part of the « in-crowd », but I definitely didn’t need it.

Conversely I can remember times, when I wasn’t working as such but doing only exactly what I wanted, what I was interested in, including lots of sport, spending plenty of time with my firends without feeling pressurised because it was the weekend and we didn’t have a lot…

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