It's Monday morning. How do you typically start the day?
Tired and annoyed.
Excited for a new week.
With a quick shower.
With a simple breakfast.
Anxious and sad.
If you had $100 left after bills, what would you buy?
A nice dinner out
I'd save it.
What was your favorite childhood craft supply?
If your soul were a color, what would it be?
Which unique baby name would you choose?
How do you like to unwind after a hard day?
A quiet evening with the TV.
A good book and a glass of wine.
A warm bath and some aromatherapy.
With my significant other.
It depends on my mood.
Which holiday is best?
New Years Eve
Fourth of July
What's your ideal reading material?
A classic novel
A comic book
Do you prefer cats or dogs?
I like both
I don't like either
How would your fourth grade teacher have described you?
You’re the impressionist movement! This 19th century movement was characterized by thin yet visible brush strokes and a creative depiction of light and its always changing qualities. Like this movement, you are dreamy, beautiful, and full of light.
You’re most like modern art! Modern art was made from the 1860s until the 1970s and was all about throwing tradition out the window and going rogue. Much like this movement, you’re all about the spirit of experimentation and living outside the box.
You’re most like surrealism! Surrealism is a cultural movement that first began in the 1920s. Much like this movement, you pride yourself on being a bit different than most people. You’re not afraid to express yourself through fashion, art, or makeup.
You’re most like expressionism! Beginning in the 20th century, this movement was all about conjuring a radically emotional effect in order to evoke moods and ideas. Much like this movement, you’re a very emotional person who isn’t afraid to express yourself or wear your heart on your sleeve.
You’re most like pop art! Pop art is a movement that existed to challenge the traditions of fine art by including imagery from pop culture. Much like this movement, you’re a total culture buff who isn’t afraid to go against the grain or embrace what’s outside the box.