Your first name of Ellen has made you a friendly, approachable, and generous person. Generally you are good-natured, though at times you can be blunt and sarcastic. As you are naturally talkative, you find it easy to meet and make friends with many people. This name inclines you to be sympathetic and generous to those in difficult or unfortunate circumstances. You can be firm, positive, and independent in your own ideas and in reaching your own decisions, yet when it comes to taking action or following things through to completion, you often need encouragement. You respond quickly to kind words or any appreciation shown you. There are artistic, creative abilities in this name that you could express through music or singing, or, in a practical way, through sewing or interior decorating.
That’s actually a frighteningly accurate picture, right up until that final comma. Then, it takes a serious turn for the wrong, wrong wrong.
I also notice that there’s a lot that’s almost word-for-word lifted from what came up for Lindsay, and this is an Internet Time Waster, so your mileage may vary in terms of accuracy.
As a side note on the topic of names, I still don’t have a nickname at work yet, over six months in. I thought it’d take six hours, given that I have the same name, as the Big Boss.
I’m not complaining, I like my name, although it can be a little confusing to hear people talking and using your name and talking about someone completely different. I now feel the pain of all the Marks, Matts, Dans, and Jons in my life.
It is, however, very funny to watch people suddenly discover work they should be doing anytime anyone says, “Hey Ellen!” as I’m coming around the corner, and then breathe a huge sigh of relief when they realize it’s only me.