Living a creative INFJ life.
I’m a creativity junkie on a mission to do less and finish more.
I teach INFJ women how to think creatively when dealing with their perfectionist tendencies and how to stand strong when faced with criticism. My unique combination of creative skills and experience also gives me a unique approach when it comes to helping others know how to move forward. My career path—from teaching middle-schoolers, to providing creative services, to working in nonprofit communications—has always centered on my deep love for sharing hope with people.
Are you an INFJ woman? If so, I'd love to hear from you about what you appreciate most about your personality type, or struggles you have related to your personality.
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Some things about me...
- I love salted dark chocolate, specifically from Theo’s in Seattle. I’m pretty sure I’m addicted.
- I’m generally very much into healthy eating, but my (recently discovered) guilty pleasure is sour gummy bears from Sprouts (read about them in a Yelp review…ha!)
- I drink tea, not coffee. I don’t really have the patience to develop a taste for something. I’ve had probably 3 sips of coffee in my lifetime and each confirmed its disgusting taste.
- For someone who doesn’t drink coffee, I know a LOT about coffee because my husband is obsessed and roasts his own beans. He might be what you'd call a coffee snob.
- I drive a red, retro-styled Stella scooter with a red-polka-dotted helmet.
- I’m a sucker for products in well-designed packaging, whether or not the product is superior to products in ugly packaging.
- If possible, I’ll choose a natural remedy over conventional remedy every single time.
- I’ve lived in 5 states (Illinois, Tennessee, Montana, Washington, California) and I have 3 favorites. I also have trouble choosing one thing over another.
- My middle-school self wanted to be a teacher and a photographer—both of which I did!
- I’ve been told I’m quiet, but I don’t feel quiet at all. It must be that constant inner dialog.
- I’m not a morning person or a night owl. I’m a middle-of-the-day kind of girl.