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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    NFPs are pack rats. Even if it's artfully done, they like a lot of stuff. These two pictures look like homes of ENFPs I've known:



    Seems to me it would depend on the enfp's value set. @Qlip for example is very much on the minimalist side, from what he's shared. Same for @kyuuei
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Seems to me it would depend on the enfp's value set. @Qlip for example is very much on the minimalist side, from what he's shared. Same for @kyuiee
    Thanks, yah...I think it has something to do with 7ness (gluttony). I'm currently sitting in a sea of my own junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Thanks, yah...I think it has something to do with 7ness (gluttony). I'm currently sitting in a sea of my own junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    I have fixed my ENFPs pack rat issue. Now she does have an issue with creating disaster...her mom explained her as a tornado just hit the room.
    I have often told ENFP that he has the hording gene. Tornado is right. Bath towels on dining room tables and pajama pants on living room floors, like what happened here??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Seems to me it would depend on the enfp's value set. @Qlip for example is very much on the minimalist side, from what he's shared. Same for @kyuuei
    I am minimalist for practicality, but I definitely appreciate and enjoy eclectic and fabulous cluttery decor.
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    Would NFP clutter stem from Fi/Si?? Finding meaning and value in just about anything you attach yourself to, as a part of your own? If so, is it safe to say that in general, INFPs may have more clutter than ENFPs with a higher stacked Si?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    NFPs are pack rats. Even if it's artfully done, they like a lot of stuff. These two pictures look like homes of ENFPs I've known:
    Maybe it comes with age but my ENFP's aren't like this. They like stuff, yes but not boho overflow (any style really). One is an interior designer, she would have a cow if I showed her how they hung that stuff in the vid, hahah. I do think once they see the benefit of more minimal (subjective to a degree) decor, they get it like a lightbulb went off. It's just the journey to getting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Maybe it comes with age but my ENFP's aren't like this. They like stuff, yes but not boho overflow (any style really). One is an interior designer, she would have a cow if I showed her how they hung that stuff in the vid, hahah. I do think once they see the benefit of more minimal (subjective to a degree) decor, they get it like a lightbulb went off. It's just the journey to getting it.
    I think you nailed it with..."its just the journey"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Maybe it comes with age but my ENFP's aren't like this. They like stuff, yes but not boho overflow (any style really). One is an interior designer, she would have a cow if I showed her how they hung that stuff in the vid, hahah. I do think once they see the benefit of more minimal (subjective to a degree) decor, they get it like a lightbulb went off. It's just the journey to getting it.
    Do you know their Enneagram? I think E7's have more of a hording factor like @Starry mentioned.

    My ENFP will keep something that is broken in the hopes of fixing it. Not realizing that what he wants to fix is $10 to replace and not worth the 2 hours of labor.

    I don't know how to describe this but it's penny wise, pound foolish. But I don't say anything. Just let him do what he wants but if it's not fixed and still laying around after two months, I'll call him on it.

    He usually just goes, "Throw it out" and that's how that goes. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Do you know their Enneagram? I think E7's have more of a hording factor like @Starry mentioned.

    My ENFP will keep something that is broken in the hopes of fixing it. Not realizing that what he wants to fix is $10 to replace and not worth the 2 hours of labor.

    I don't know how to describe this but it's penny wise, pound foolish. But I don't say anything. Just let him do what he wants but if it's not fixed and still laying around after two months, I'll call him on it.

    He usually just goes, "Throw it out" and that's how that goes. Lol.
    @Poki what is your ENFPs Enneagram?
    I'm pretty sure the designer is a 4. The other, he's a 7 but he's not pack ratty. He's unorganized though.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
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