Hello faithful readers (Brian, Mom), here’s a little update on my life.
I haven’t exercised in two weeks. I read an article yesterday about how sitting is taking years off our lives and immediately began googling “is lying down bad too?”. Results inconclusive.
I am interning at an assisted living home. The residents all have some degree of dementia and are sweet and hilarious. I’ve been writing down quotes from one of my favorites, a sassy spitfire named Betty.
I have three papers due this week and it’s taking every ounce of willpower to force myself to write them. I am highly unmotivated this semester. “Bare minimum” is my current study technique.
Termites swarm my bathroom every night and I have a visceral, irrational hatred towards these defenseless, evil creatures.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my future career and how I could combine my interests. They are as follows: cats, sex/relationships, travel, tacos. If anyone has any ideas let me know.
I am currently looking into teaching english in Asia for a year to help pay off my loans and satisfy my wanderlust. Taiwan is at the top of the list.
I took a “primary archetype” quiz because I like answering questions about myself and the results are dead-on.
My type (the Explorer) is independent, self-sufficient, ambitious, tirelessly optimistic, always on the move, always trying to discover new, exciting things.
“The Explorer has one main goal: to ﬁnd a better world, both inside and out. This goal is driven by the need to
discover things in the external world that meaningfully align with their internal world.
“The Explorer needs to ﬂy freely. They are not afraid to go to new places, or try new things; this is what they live and strive for”.
We stubbornly march to the beat of our own drums
You are not afraid to be true to yourself, and so long as you stay on your own journey of self-discovery you don’t care what others think of you, meaning you usually achieve what you set out to.”
We simultaneously crave roots and wings, which can lead to internal conflict
“The urge to satisfy these two opposing primal human desires (freedom and belonging) can sometimes leave you feeling
torn – torn between staying put and going off on another adventure”
“Your constant need to be on the move can sometimes leave you desperately needing to feel grounded, although you know deep down that you could never stay still for long”
Oh and sorry Mom:
“As an Explorer, you sometimes have a hard time committing to things that could potentially tie you down – such as having
children, marriage or mortgages”.
If you’re interested in taking the quiz, click here