Posts Tagged ‘Colorgenics’

It’s a bad day

It’s a bad day.

After a tight day at work, I rush to video-editing lesson. So lucky I’ve fun there, putting a dragonfly driving a motorcycle. My teacher seems happy with my work too. After that, I rush to Tang Lou for business. Waiting is useless. I jump onto a bus and back home. Still can’t using my computer at home, I watch 24 Season Two, which I believe it could make me feel happy. Indeed it is. Read the rest of this entry »



Colorgenics Colorgenics is a test I find online a couple of years ago. It’s a simple test: choose the eight boxes of different colors one by one according to your instant preference. The test is not talking about your general personalities, but the situation one is facing at that moment. From time to time, I visit the website and obtain a new Colorgenics Profile. To me, it’s a useful and trueful mirror reflecting my current situation.

By examining your individual color preferences, Colorgenics speedily reveals to you your underlying character traits, and also provides an incisive insight into your physical well-being.

– The Paul Goldin Clinics – Colorgenics

Days ago, Colorgenics comes across my mind after consecutive days of busy and stressful work. So here is the test result.
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