I thought this would be a really fun way for everyone to get to know me a little better! I saw this over over at Howling Libraries and Moms Book Collection. So make sure you go check out both of their blogs!
WHAT IS THE MEANING BEHIND MY NAME?
My name is Danielle, and according to the internet it means, “God is my judge.”
My blog name, Life of a Literary Nerd, is pretty self explanatory. I was already using the name for my bookish tumblr, so keeping the name across platforms is my attempt at organizational skills.
What is my Myer-Briggs Personality Type?
ISFJ-A, nicknamed “The Defender.” The Defender personality type is quite unique, as many of their qualities defy the definition of their individual traits.
What is my zodiac sign?
Proud Libra! And honestly, the strengths/weaknesses fit me so well. (I’m so indecisive it’s not even funny)
WHAT IS MY HOGWARTS HOUSE?
Slytherin. I have taken the test 3 times and gotten Slytherin each time. I love my house and gladly embrace it!
What are my learning styles?
- Visual 8
- Aural 6
- Read/Write 12
- Kinesthetic 4
I have a mild read/write learning preference, which means that the printed word is the most important way to convey and receive information for me, often using lists and notes.
I use my brain almost equally! I am 56% left-brained (language, logic, strategy), and 44% right-brained (creativity, intuition, curiosity)
What is my blood type?
AB+, along with 3.4% of the population.
What career am I meant to have?
The writer. You have a skill for language, your imagination is vast and you are artistic and creative. Your brain is just overflowing with ideas, and all you have to do is get a piece of paper and share it with the world. You were born to turn words into magical stories,
Which Divergent faction do you belong to?
Abnegation. (Which I think is well fitting for a Libra).
What does my birth order say about me?
Stereotype: Free spirit, risk taker, charming.
Why it’s true: Parents are less cautious. (Hey, the older ones ate the dog’s food and lived!) And they also probably have more resources than they did when starting out. “Parents are more lenient, so youngest kids tend to be less rules-oriented, and yet they still get lots of attention,” says Salmon.
When it’s not: “Some babies resent not being taken seriously,” says Linda Campbell, a professor of counseling and human development at the University of Georgia, in Athens. “They might become very responsible, like the oldest, or social, like the middle.”
This was a lot of fun! You learn some stuff about yourself, and get to take a bunch of quizzes online (which is a favorite past time of mine.)
Everyone should do this tag! Feel free to share your results down below!