I have always struggled with sticking to routines. I like new things and novelty, so my plans to do the same things regularly often get off track. I’ve benefited a lot over the years from habit stacking. I pick a few different activities I would like to do for five... [Read More]
As a Multipotentialite and Polymath, I Let My Creative Passions Build My Path
When you’re multipassionate or a multipotentialite, it’s easy to get lost in your own mind. Often I think of so many options and possibilities, it’s overwhelming, and I end up suffering from self-inflicted decision fatigue. I abandon my projects or I have a hard time getting started in the first... [Read More]
How INFPs Heal and Grow After Experiencing Trauma
Previously I explored how challenges and traumatic circumstances can force the INFP to act from the Victim, Shadow Martyr, Warrior, and Hero archetypes. This struggle pushes the INFP not only to better understand their strengths, but to also come to terms with the limits, weakness, and traits they’ve ignored or... [Read More]
One Week of Gentle Productivity
Right now, I’m working on a book entitled “100 Days of Gentle Productivity.” I chose 100 days because I’m creating this book with Kickstarter’s Make100 challenge in mind. [Read More]
Exploring the Archetypes Within the INFP: the Victim, Martyr, Warrior, and Hero
In my last post, I shared the beginning stage of personal growth for INFPs. Here I go deeper into how the difficulties that force the INFP to turn inwards can be a catalyst for change. [Read More]
What is Personal Growth and Individuation Like for INFPs?
It's quite the journey...
The INFP, like all MBTI personality types, is full of fascinating contrasts. There is introversion that looks for quiet, comfort, and safety, mixed with a need for exploration. There is also emotional sensitivity paired with emotional grit. As an INFP, I realize that I regularly work with emotions within myself... [Read More]