Let’s not concentrate on what we’re wearing.

Season 5 Episode 7


Tyler Hoechlin | August Man Malaysia - August 2014


Tyler Hoechlin | August Man Malaysia - August 2014

INFJ Traits - “The Protectors”


Positive Traits:

  • Extremely intuitive
  • Searchers of hidden meaning
  • Sensitive and perceptive
  • Gifted at reading others
  • Hold strong convictions and beliefs, which they live in accordance with
  • Will not compromise their ideals
  • Tend to trust their own instincts (and with good reason) – they are usually right and they usually know it
  • Genuinely warm and affirming by nature
  • Typically gentle and caring
  • Dedicated to finding/achieving the “perfect relationship”
  • Usually have good communication skills
  • Tend to be gifted writers
  • Take commitments very seriously
  • Seek lifelong relationships
  • Have very high expectations of themselves and others
  • Good listeners
  • Once they are sure a relationship is over, they are usually able to move on
  • Deep, complex and intense
  • Artistic and creative
  • Strive to create an orderly, systematic outer world for themselves
  • Constantly defining and re-defining priorities in life
  • Put lots of energy into identifying the best system for getting things done
  • Operate on an intuitive, spontaneous basis within their inner world
  • Intuitively “know” things without being able to pinpoint exactly why and without even a thorough knowledge of the subject at hand
  • Extremely insightful about people and situations
  • Most likely of all types to have “psychic” abilities
  • Concerned for others’ feelings and careful not to hurt them
  • Perfectionists
  • Believe in constant growth and are always looking to improve
  • Can, in some ways, be easy-going
  • Natural nurturer – they make loving parents and are likely to have strong bonds with their children
  • Devoted to and protective of those they care about
  • Like to work independently
  • Rarest of all types

Negative Traits:

  • Tend to hold back part of themselves – can be secretive
  • Are often hard to get to know, difficult to understand
  • May not be good with money
  • Often not good with handling practical, day-to-day concerns
  • Tendency to believe they’re always right and dismiss/ignore other peoples’ opinions, even before fully hearing them out
  • May be prone to depression
  • Intensely dislike criticism and conflict – tend to internalize conflict and may react to it with heated, explosive anger
  • May have a hard time leaving an unhealthy relationship
  • May be highly protective of themselves and overly private, only sharing what they want and when they want to share it
  • Can be stubborn
  • Rarely at complete peace with themselves – always doubt they are living up to their full potential
  • Often not good with highly detailed tasks – will either avoid these tasks or go to other extreme and become so enveloped in detail that they lose sight of big picture


We make a sensational team.


We make a sensational team.


You are not here merely to make a living.

You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement.

You are here to enrich the world…

— Woodrow Wilson

What the fucking fuck?!

I don’t usually like to be so negative but it’s getting ridiculous. Maybe the actors really have fallen out.

No disrespect to the actor who plays her but it’s turned into freakin CHANG & Rizzoli. Has Sasha Alexander got another job on a movie or something. Jane and Maura are barely even colleagues anymore let alone friends. 

The case was kinda interesting and Korsak’s band was great. 

posted 1 week ago with 7 notes

"Maddie has a rule about passing on favors, which she calls the Aerodrome Drop-Off Principle. It is very simple. If someone needs to get to an airfield and you can get them there, by taxi Andon or motorbike or pony trap or pig-a-back, you should always take them. Because someday you will need a ride to an airfield too. Someone different will have to take you, so the favour gets passed on instead of paid back."
Code Name Verity, Elizabeth Wein (via anywhoozles)

I’ve recently finished reading Half of the Human Race and Code Name Verity and they were both brilliant. If you’ve read either of these come talk to me about them :) 

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