What type of paper do you usually use? The four types of paper we provide at Mossery are Ruled, Grid, Dotted, and Plain.

 

From there, we thought it would be fun to predict your Myers Briggs Type Indicator or MBTI personality type from the paper you use!

 

If not that, then perhaps we can predict your one true paper match? Read on to see if we got yours right!

 

Ruled Paper

 

 

For the structured and practical. The personality types we predict would enjoy ruled paper are ISTJ, ISFJ, ESTJ and ESFJ. Being personality types that highly value order and structure, we think that ruled paper would be the way to go.

 

 

Whether you would like to do some structured note-taking or keeping a diary, ruled paper would be a practical option to keep all of our notes tidy - and also aesthetically pleasing as well!

 

That is probably the reason why we used ruled paper as a child too. All in all, ruled notes are an unforgettable classic.

 

Grid Paper

 

 

For those who love an intellectual challenge. INTP, INTJ, ENTP and ENTJs are personalities that are highly logical and intellectually rigorous, and therefore we predict that if you fall into one of these personality types, you would love grid paper!

 

 

Grid paper gives a little more flexibility than ruled paper would, but still provides a solid structure for us to create layouts on.

 

Being highly analytical and driven, these personality types might enjoy the extra room given to them to change up the layout of the pre-existing structures with the usage of tables or graphs.

 

*We are clearing out our grid paper so make sure to grab one before they are sold out!

 

Dotted Paper

 

 

For the passionate, empathetic idealists. Our INFJ, INFP, ENFJ and ENFPs who are open-minded and creative, are most likely the ones who would enjoy dotted paper.

 

 

Dotted paper provides a larger extent of flexibility with subtle dotted lines in between, creating the perfect canvas for these personality types to plan and jot down other things they care about.

 

This type of paper is widely used by bullet journalists, and with good reason as the dots are visible when writing, but invisible from afar, and would be a perfect fit for layouts that require both illustrations and writing.

 

Plain Paper

 

 

For the free spirits. With spontaneity and flexibility as their strongest traits, ISTP, ISFP, ESTP and ESFP personality types have free spirits and would appreciate plain paper types which provide complete freedom to how these types would want to use them.

 

 

With no rules whatsoever when it comes to plain paper, these types are free to jot down any and all things they can think of at the spur of the moment and watch their ideas take flight.

 

Furthermore, if you fall into one of these types and want to change the plans you have written down on a whim, don’t fret - simply use our Pilot Frixion pens and you’d be able to edit your ideas whenever.

 

All in all, this article is just a light-hearted one that aims to predict your personality type or preferred type of paper, but by no means are you restricted to your personality type when it comes to choosing paper!

 

The paper type for you ultimately depends on your personal preference and your uses for them.

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Did we get your paper preferences or personality type right? Let us know in the comments section below or tag us on Instagram @mosseryco 

 

Thank you to @lyn.spiration for her lovely artwork!

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