Major: Earth, Minor: Water – Architect
“When I’m working on a problem, I never think about beauty. But when I’ve finished, if the solution is not beautiful I know it’s wrong.” – Buckminster Fuller
As an Architect, you’re the person who cringes when you see the huge protest over the latest bill signed into law by Congress. Underneath all the screaming, crying, and pleading, you can hear the unmistakable, ringing tone of the real problem. Your solution will be both efficient and practical, but it will probably annoy people who just want to fit in with the crowd. You’ll never be the person who gets swindled by a cologne-soaked used car salesman at a dealership. Your strategic mind cuts right through the cheap sales tactics. Appeals to your emotions and ego won’t work. Your mind sees nothing but the bottom-line numbers, the reality underlying the superficial façade.
You’re the person who lets hours fade into mist while exploring complex, mysterious subjects like dark matter, or the evolutionary psychology of orcas. You might like to work alone on a project, maybe in an office with a nice view, so you can take contemplative breaks and let your creative mind run wild.
Dating was probably a rough one for you. You tried a few dating apps, struck out, and froze before even speaking to a few people you were attracted to. Maybe you decided to give up on romance altogether. Celebrate, because this is when you’re at your best! When you quit trying so hard, love shows up on your doorstep. Make sure you answer.