Self-conscious, defensive, and sensitive at times, your imagination and impulsivity still demand that you defy convention and avoid the normal. You are liberal-minded, with good intentions, but people might not always read you properly.
Why do some people wrinkle their noses at your ‘mess’? You want that clutter there, you don’t mind disorder, and really didn’t notice that all the dishes had somehow made their way into a pile on your bedroom floor.
Your personal space is important: it’s where you think, it’s where you create, it’s where you make method out of your madness. When things get too predictable and routine you actually find yourself losing interest and focus, so those dishes are going to stay on the floor until someone finds a way to make self-discipline exciting.
You are happy to step outside with just your keys in your pocket- why plan things in advance when you are smart enough to make things up, explore new avenues, and solve problems as they arise?
You know you are clever, which can sometimes lead to increased anxiety as you think through some of life’s more alarming concepts, but you have been accused of being absent-minded, or of failing to reach your potential by being irresponsible or hasty.
When you get to use your imagination and work on what you care about, you thrive, but if you are forced into a routine you will find it tough to be motivated.