The Elusive Fashion Habits of the INTJ Female: Part 1

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The Elusive Fashion Habits of the INTJ Female part: 1

The Elusive Fashion Habits of the INTJ Female: Part 1 Now Available as an expanded e-book! Check it out here. According to the stereotypes, INTJ females don’t like fashion. While that may be true for some of us, it’s not true for all of us. Besides, even if INTJ females aren’t “into” fashion, we all have to wear clothes. So … Read More

INTJ Stereotypes I Actually Kind of Like

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INTJ stereotypes I secretly like: INTJ females are unicorns.

Anyone who has read the About Me page on this blog knows that I am anti-stereotype, but here’s a confession: I actually like some of the INTJ stereotypes. Logically, I know that the stereotypes aren’t founded on incontrovertible truths, but some stereotypes have become INTJ memes/ inside jokes to our cognition community. Love them or hate them, stereotypes exist. Below … Read More

Myers-Briggs Basics: Discussing MBTI and INTJ

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Myers-Briggs Basics: MBTI and INTJ, working metal gears inside businessman head

For those who don’t know, MBTI is a personality test. I’m a total sucker for personality tests (those Buzzfeed quizzes are the bane of my existence).  When I was first introduced to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I didn’t know it would change my life. For better or for worse, I now see everything through the lens of personality archetypes. … Read More

10 Reasons an INTJ loves Korean Dramas: Part 1

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10 reasons an INTJ Loves Korean Dramas. Blog: Always Uttori

I’ll be honest, I don’t watch American television very often. When I do, it’s usually reality TV like Project Runway or Top Chef, not story-based TV Shows (although I do like Scandal and Flash). For story-focused TV shows, I primarily turn to British TV (Sherlock, Call the Midwife) or… Korean Dramas. I studied Japanese in high school and college, so … Read More