What were Frida Kahlo’s Myers-Briggs and Enneagram Personality Types?

Frida Kahlo was an artist known for her self-portraits. She is remembered as one of the greatest Mexican artists of all time and one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. Most of her art symbolized the pain and passion built through a lifetime of suffering. As a young girl, she suffered a near-fatal spine injury that became a major theme in her art. Her posthumous popularity has made Kahlo an icon for feminists, Chicanos and the LGBTQ community. 

The Best At-Home Workout Routine, Based on Your Enneagram Type

We have a wide spectrum of options when it comes working out at home, but people are different and not every exercise regimen is going to work for every individual. The Enneagram gives us a great map to understand our habit of attention and to use that knowledge to find a workout routine that will really work for each of us. Below we offer you the best at-home workout, based on your Enneagram type.

It’s National No Housework Day – Which Myers-Briggs Types Will be Celebrating?

It’s April 7th – time to put down the duster, back away from the vacuum and toss aside the laundry for National No Housework Day!  

While some of us are very happy to be chore-avoiding (and would like to keep the celebration going all week long) others will actually miss doing housework. Who are these clean and conscientious people? Read on to find out!

Five Things ISTJs Need to be Happy in Life

Anyone else: “Are you okay?”

ISTJ: “I’m fine. Why?”

Anyone else: “You look down.”

ISTJ: “Best day ever.”

Anyone else: “Are you mad about something?” (ie: at me?)

ISTJ: Thin smile. Change subject. Move faster.

Anyone else: “You’re up to something, then. C’mon, you can tell me!”

ISTJ: Eye roll.

What are Kristen Stewart’s Myers-Briggs and Enneagram Personality Types?

As an actress and filmmaker, Kristen Stewart is one of the most successful women in Hollywood. She had her first acting role at age 12 in the film Panic Room and rose to fame as a teenager starring as Bella Swan in the Twilight Saga. 

But the actress isn’t one to rub it in or brag about her fame and fortune. Kristen is intensely private, thoughtful, and methodological. She cares more about the quality of her work than how much attention she gets or how many fans she has. 

11 Reasons Why ENFPs and INFJs Have the Best Friendships

ENFP personalities are known for their spontaneity, uplifting spirit, and out-of-the-box view of the world. INFJs are seen as warm yet reserved, introspective, and idealistic. It might surprise you to discover that these types happen to make ideal friends for the other! Despite their surface differences, there is so much more to this friendship than first meets the eye. 

So what exactly makes these two types work so well together? Let’s find out. 

What the Obamas Can Teach Us About the Type 1/Type 9 Enneagram Couple

Michelle Obama is the most admired woman in the United States, according to the 2020 Gallup Poll, and her husband Barack was the 44th President and first African American President of the United States. They’re an impressive couple, but what can the most admired woman and the former President of the United States teach us about relationships? Using the lens of the Enneagram, it turns out quite a lot.

10 Movies ENTJs Will Love (And 3 They’ll Hate)

There’s something really satisfying about watching characters that you can relate to on-screen. Thankfully, ENTJs don’t have to look too hard to find them. Whether it’s awesome problem-solving skills, buckets of charisma or tireless dedication to their jobs, there are lots of characters in Hollywood that ENTJs can admire.

Here are 10 movies ENTJs will love. And 3 they’ll probably hate, just to balance things out!

Categories: Self-Discovery, ENTJ

Feeling Unsuccessful at Work? Here’s a Type-Specific Work Mantra You Can Pin to the Wall

We’ve all been there. You’re in the dreaded “work slump.” You’re losing sleep over the upcoming weekday. It’s the Sunday Scaries, but it never goes away.

Sometimes we blame the job itself, our annoying coworker or boss, or just the general stress and strain of work. And those are valid complaints. But we can also look inward. We can reflect on our own strengths and weaknesses. We can admit to ourselves there might be some work to do internally. 

That’s where the work mantra comes in.

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