Weepy, hypersensitive, prone to lengthy periods of unbroken moping after rejection—and those are just my good qualities. After three decades of being a pain in my own butt, I’ve pretty much given up hope on altering my emotional temperament.
If you thought your shoes were just an accumulation of rubber and leather, think again. A recent study (via The Huffington Post) illustrates just how telling our footwear choices can be when it comes to revealing socio-economic status and personality traits. What you’re wearing on your feet can be so telling in fact that people make a number of assumptions about who you are when you kick off those same shoes.
Will I be happy in four years? If so, how happy? If you ask yourself these questions as I sometimes do— and audibly while walking alone on the street, or sulking in the bathtub—don’t look to the universe for an answer, look to your Facebook profile picture.