Can't seem to let go? A narrow left margin indicates your strong
connection to the past. You probably take comfort in familiar situations. It's great to
have such a strong foundation, but don't let it hold you back!
What's it like living in the future? Your narrow right margin reveals
that you've got no time for today. Ambitious, spontaneous, and adaptable, you forge ahead
without any hesitation.
Hold your horses! A high dot that's offset to the right indicates an
adventurous, sometimes impatient, but always spontaneous person.
But that's not in the rulebook! Writers who hug the baseline tend to play
life by the rules. You probably value security and stability over adventure and
excitement. Pragmatic and particular, your life is always kept in control and running
Don't forget to breathe. An extremely straight baseline shows that you're
a person who keeps emotions under strict control. You strive to impose order on everything
you do. This quality makes you great at setting and achieving goals. But be careful. Don't
get so focused that you forget to stop and smell the roses.
Everything's coming up roses. Your slant shows an even temperament and a
warm outlook on life. Neither overly excited nor unusually down, you're just going with
Quick! What's 2 plus 2? T bars that connect to other letters point to a
sharp intellect and a resourceful person.
You're warm and approachable. A right slant indicates a general openness and ease of expression. You're probably very in touch with your emotions and aren't afraid to let them show. People enjoy your easygoing nature and admire your sincerity.