Another one of the personality exploration sites out there. You view an array of pictures and pick the one that represents your answer to the question. I’m not sure that it’s the best way of getting your personality information though. Pictures can tell a thousand words and everyone has their own thousand to tell about a picture.

I was identified as a Harmonizer. There are some interesting interpretations of my selections. I think it may be about 50% accurate, but that’s my view as well. Others may have different views. Here are the sections that came up after I was done with the picture selections:


You’re a Harmonizer. You’re ambitious and determined with impressive energy levels. When you decide that you want something, you put your mind to achieving it. Reliable and trustworthy, you seek harmony and balance in your life. You forge strong, long-lasting friendships, and your friends value your honesty and frank opinions. You tend to value routine and security. Sometimes life can get on top of you and it seems like you’re on your own. Don’t forget that your friends are always there for you, and will offer all the support you need. Don’t give in to your natural tendency to hibernate when you’re feeling low. A healthy relationship really is the bedrock of a happy home, but it also takes a lot of energy and commitment to maintain. Make sure that with all the other distractions, your love life doesn’t end up at the bottom of the list. Have you ever written a list of your positive features or asked your friends to do the same? It’s a great exercise, and it might just surprise you. As a Harmonizer, it’s important to learn to trust your intuition and to know that everything will work out for the best. Learn to say yes to new experiences from time to time. Your confidence and self-belief will continue to grow. Sometimes a challenge or a change of scene could be just what you need. You like to have regular quiet time to listen to your inner voice. Being alone in the open air is a great way for you to connect to what really matters. Make sure you don’t neglect your spiritual needs and carve out some alone time as often as you can.


You like to feel protected and cared for. It’s important that your partner is someone whose advice you really value and a loyal ally you can lean on through anything. As a Rock Steady, it’s important to you that your relationship feels secure. You tend to be realistic about what makes a lifelong relationship work and understand the value of forging a love based on friendship and respect. You believe that a true partnership is about sharing responsibility and being able to count on one another through whatever life throws at you. This feeling has probably grown even more since the kids arrived. Creating a true sense of honesty and support means your love will grow as the years go by.

Relationship tips:

So you’re a Rock Steady but what tips can we give for keeping the magic alive in your relationship?

  • Rekindle the romance. Get up with the lark and meet at a local market to buy beautiful flowers and feast on a yummy breakfast
  • Do something different. Take a cocktail-making class together at a local bar. It’ll be lots of fun with plenty of tasting to be done!
  • Take it easy. Imagine you’re on holiday in your own city. Do the fun things tourists would do and capture it all on film with a disposable camera.
  • Let your inhibitions go. If it rains, grab the chance to run wild in the puddles and have lots of fun getting soaked to the skin and then warming up afterwards!


The way to your heart is through your stomach! While you’re happy to get creative in the kitchen, you’d love to be able to eat in amazing restaurants whenever the mood strikes. You have a very healthy approach to life. You know that true happiness doesn’t come from material things or possessions. It goes much deeper than that and is all about valuing those things you can’t put a price on. You like to care for those around you, and if they’re happy, you’re happy. You appreciate that both highs and lows make up the balance of life and you always try and stay spiritually strong and focused.


You’re an upbeat and active person with the right attitude when it comes to feeling great. You’re an endorphin junkie, and nothing beats exercise to make you look and feel fantastic. You have excellent reserves of energy and live life at a fast pace. Anything else would feel like slow motion. You probably grab every opportunity to do a little extra exercise – walking up escalators, jogging home from the store. And if you don’t get your heart rate up regularly, you can end up feeling like a bit of a slob. Just be careful that you don’t get too obsessed. No one wants to hear how many sit-ups you’ve done!


You’re a free spirit, and the idea of just packing your life up and taking to the open road has probably crossed your mind. You love positivity and romance and are drawn to the spectacular scenery of nature. Stress and deadlines just aren’t for you. If you had your way, every day would be an adventure full of new discovery.


Asking about the latest book you’re reading is probably the best way to get you talking! What better way to chill out and unwind than a good book that takes you far away from everyday life? Escapism at its best!


You like to take things easy. Life’s busy enough without having to worry about getting dressed up every day. It’s about maximum comfort with a splash of style, so it’s hard to beat your favorite pair of jeans. But don’t forget how good it can feel to give yourself a makeover every now and then. It can work wonders for your self-esteem to refresh your wardrobe, spruce up your hair and put on a great. So make sure you schedule a shopping trip every few months. You deserve it!


You’re intuitive and find the beauty of nature visually inspiring. For you, getting away from it all means just that. Escaping into nature and heading off the beaten track is what you live for. It’s the perfect way to unwind and recharge those batteries. And let’s face it: Sitting out under the stars can be very romantic!

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