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I'm Joyce Rachel Lee, a working mom. I'm married to an Eurasian guy and we have two boys. I curate and manage this blog as my digital diary, chronicling my experiences as a mother juggling a full-time career with part-time mom blogging.
I work as a content strategist in the healthcare industry. In this capacity, I formulate content strategies and manage the development of integrated, impactful content spanning both online and offline channels.

I'm also a certified breastfeeding peer counselor. Feel free to contact me if you need assistance regarding breastfeeding as you embark on your motherhood journey.

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Personality: Adventurer (ISFP-T)


 Adventurers are flexible and charming, always ready to explore and experience something new. They tend to have open minds, approaching life, new experiences, and people with grounded warmth. ISFP-T refers to Turbulent Adventurers.
Observant (S) and Prospecting (P) personality types are known for their spontaneity, ingenuity, and ability to live in the moment.

  • 89% Introverted (I): You likely prefer fewer, yet deep and meaningful, social interactions and feel drawn to calmer environments.
  • 59% Observant (S): You are likely pragmatic and down-to-earth, with a strong focus on what is happening or very likely to happen.
  • 52% Feeling (F): You likely value emotional expression and sensitivity, prioritizing empathy, social harmony, and cooperation.
  • 65% Prospecting (P): You are likely very good at improvising and adapting. You tend to be flexible and value novelty above stability.
  • 61% Turbulent (T): You are likely self-conscious, sensitive to stress, success-driven, perfectionist, and eager to improve.


 DISC Dimension: Compliance

51% Compliance, 21% Dominance, 18% Steadiness, 10% Influence
You are usually peaceful, adaptable, and tend not to be aggressive. You act in a tactful, diplomatic way and strive for a stable, ordered life. You are goal orientated but tend to avoid risk taking. You tend to be cautious rather than impulsive. You handle pressure well - you push yourself and expect others to do the same. You prefer sticking to methods that have proved successful in the past. You have a high acceptance of rules and regulations. You are comfortable following procedures in both their personal and business life.

Temperament: Melancholic / Phlegmatic


The melancholic temperament is often characterized by deep thoughts, introspection, and a propensity for reflection. A person with a melancholic temperament is typically introverted, detail-oriented, analytical, sensitive, idealistic, and harmonious.
You value order, consistency, and perfection. You are good at long-range planning, organization, and attention to detail. You are detailed, conscientious, driven by a strong sense of right and wrong, and have high personal standards. You are thoughtful and careful when making decisions. While these qualities make you incredibly dedicated, it can also lead to self-criticism or perceived inadequacy when you fall short of your own expectations.
You usually need motivation to get started on new projects. Once you begin, though, you will persevere to the end. You can be perfectionist and have some fear about new situations (fear of what might go wrong). Friends might think you are a little pessimistic--though you would say "realistic" (and you are probably right). You may be an artist, musician, counselor, scholar, teacher, actor, writer, or priest. 
You value your friendships, but you don't need many - just a few really good friends, to whom you are intensely loyal. You tend to form deep, meaningful relationships, cherishing a few close bonds rather than seeking broad social networks. You are typically sensitive and empathetic, often going to great lengths to understand and support those close to you.
Your introspective nature can lead you to a predilection for solitude. You need alone time to recharge your batteries (intense social activities or large groups will stress you out). Unless you are very comfortable, and are surrounded by understanding long-time friends, you may be slow to warm up in a social gathering.
The tendency to dwell on things for a long time, combined with your sensitivity toward interpersonal relationships, can result in anxiety, decreased self-esteem or deep hurts. Melancholics often struggle with pessimism and may be prone to feelings of sadness and worries.
You might have a tendency to say "no" when you first hear a request. Others may perceive this as "snobbishness," but it really is the fact that you need to think things through. You can get caught up in over-analyzing situations, which can lead to indecision and inaction. You might also struggle to adapt to new environments, preferring to stick to what you know and are comfortable with.

If you are a sensitive, perfectionist melancholic, recognize that your self-worth does not depend on being perfect. Don't worry about the past or future: live in the present moment. Learn what things you can let go of; especially let go of negative self-judgments.
When you are overwhelmed by your own thoughts or emotions, try focusing on others instead; be charitable and thankful; keep a gratitude journal; don't set your goals and expectations impossibly high; practice flexibility and sociability. To motivate yourself, think "what is the worst that could happen?"
When in balance, you can contribute enormously to the society, especially in roles that require thoughtful analysis, attention to detail, or deep empathy. You are part of the planners, thinkers, and caretakers, often bringing a level of depth and introspection that can deeply enrich the lives of those around you.

Color: Blue

Blues are motivated by Intimacy. They seek to genuinely connect with others and need to be understood and appreciated. Everything they do is quality-based. They are loyal friends, employers, and employees. Whatever or whomever they commit to is their sole (and soul) focus. They love to serve and give of themselves freely to nurture others' lives.

Individuals with a Blue personality style have a personal code of ethics that is remarkably strong, and they expect others to live honest, committed lives as well. They enjoy sharing meaningful conversations and paying close attention to special life events (e.g., birthdays and anniversaries). Blues also tend to have a deep desire to help others and positively impact the world. And as such, they are often drawn to careers and/or activities that allow them to use empathy and compassion to help those in need.
Blues typically give more of themselves than required or expected and tend to see work as a serious endeavor. They are excellent with details, organization, and schedules. And, despite a tendency to feel inadequate in their natural talents and creativity, Blues are very creative and receptive to creative thinking in others—yet they do tend to struggle with delegation because they don't think others will do as good of a job as them. Blues are selfless, dependable, thoughtful, and analytical; but can also be perfectionists, worry-prone, and moody.

As someone with a Blue personality style, you are known for your thoughtful personality, ability to listen deeply, and unwavering commitment to building meaningful relationships. Yet, you may also struggle with self-doubt, guilt, trust issues, and a tendency to put others' needs before your own. You may feel drained from overextending yourself, worry, or criticism, and struggle to assert your needs and desires.

DOPE 4 Birds Personality: Owl

 Owl (65%) - A Detail Seeker and have low assertiveness and low emotionality. An owl is logical, mathematically minded, methodical and sometimes seen as a perfectionist. They can be slow to make decisions and inflexible if rules and logic says otherwise. They are not big risk takers but love detail.
More about an Owl (Perfectionist): Organized, creates structure, systematic, seeks order, focuses on the rules, diplomatic, makes deliberate decisions, compliant, analytical, seeks the right way, reserved (quiet), task-oriented.

Here's how I scored on the other types: Dove (30%), Peacock (5%), Eagle (0%).

A little bit about the Dove (Peaceful): Accommodating, creates harmony, patient, seeks trust, focuses on others, good listener, makes emotional decisions, steady, avoids conflict, seeks the fair way, reserved (quiet), relationship-oriented.

My favorite quotes

  • If it is to be, it is up to me.
  • If it be so, so be it.
  • To be or not to be.
  • Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
  • Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.
  • Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. - Albert Einstein

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