Personality Series: What I was like growing up.

According to my Jung personality test results, As a child I was.. 

Serious, dutiful and reserved. 

Cautious, shy and uncomfortable in new situations.

Liked a great deal of order and structure.

  Preferred familiar friends to new ones and selected my friends carefully.

 Enjoyed having a schedule to follow and showed a propensity for getting work-related responsibilities out of the way before I would play. 

Was obedient and a source of pleasure to both my parents and teachers.

As a teenager however, I was..

Very down-to-earth.

 Had a part-time job.

 Only spent my money on important, practical things in life.

So what were you guys like when you were growing up?


  1. oooh, cool, i want to take that personality test too! ;) growing up, i think i was way too serious about things and i just recently started to act a bit more carefree and outgoing. ;)

    <3, Mimi
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  2. OMG you sound exactly like I was as a child!! Seriously!

  3. We sound so alike growing up :D

  4. Haha I love how you attached pictures to each description of yourself this test mustered up! How thoughtful. You were such a cute little kid. I love the picture of you with the bird. And the last picture with the caption to match is comical and totally relatable. :)

    1. Aww yay! It took me ages to find matching pictures so I'm so glad that you appreciated them. :P


  5. What a great post, the photos are perfect.
    I was the ultimate goodie-two-shoes until I was about 25. A little bit Lisa Simpson, if you will. Except that we weren't allowed to watch the Simpsons growing up at my house, so I probably discovered that in high school, lol.

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    2. Haha! We weren't allowed to watch The Simpsons either, but since we lived in such a big house growing up my brother and I would sneak into the back room and watch it on this tiny TV set while Mum was cooking dinner. ;)


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