Tuesday, April 27, 2010

How Much Structure Do You Need?

You Need Some Structure in Your Life

You're the type of person who makes a plan but doesn't necessarily stick to it.

You like to have things roughly organized. However, you always are open to new experiences and change.

You don't like too much chaos, but you also don't like to be stuck in a rut. You like to strike a happy medium.

Whenever things get too routine you like to shake it up a little, even if it means stepping outside of your comfort zone.


  1. I'm the same too! Perhaps a good trait to have when blogging???

  2. You Need Structure in Your Life
    You take comfort in your routine, and any deviation from it makes you feel quite nervous.
    You like things to be structured and decided. You want to know what's going to happen.

    The unknown makes you very nervous. If you know something is going to happen, at least you can prepare for it.
    You like to have a plan A, a plan B, and if possible, plans C and D. Even if you can't plan for everything, you try!

    That's me for sure!

  3. Okay... where's the person who needs NO structure??? ;)

  4. I'm totally onboard with you -- which happens quite often.

    The person who needs no structure? She is out by the pool reading a book when she decides to go the library where she meets a friend and they to do lunch and that reminds her "what's for dinner" but on the way to the grocery store she stops in at Pottery Barn and decides to change the color scheme of her family room so she goes to get some paint at Home Depot and that reminds her that Hubby will be home soon so she walks in the door right before he does when he asks "so, what did you do today?" Men!

  5. I'm with you again. I found this one fun, because while you can look at my closet and most drawers and see organization and while sometimes I re-organize for fun, you'll find little piles of stuff around the house that I keep meaning to get to but haven't. lol

  6. Kim-- Kinda spooky when you repeatedly get the same results on quizzes as a stranger, isn't it? :)

    Kris-- Sometimes it's good to "sit on the fence" with an issue. :)


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