Yes, you are.
Don’t try to deny it.
You’ve looked at the sunset and wondered how much is natural or just smog, you’ve eaten an apple while wondering where it was grown, you’ve muttered about how the inadequate public transport in your city is ruining your life.
These are all serious issues in geography, so congratulations on your status as a geographer!
Geography is what we call a mild superpower. You’ll never fly or lift a building or punch around corners, but you can use your geography skillz to help make our world a little better.
If you deduce that your sunset is to smoggy you can buy a bit of renewable energy to reduce pollution. Climate change: solved.
If you don’t know where your apples are coming from, buy them directly from a local farmer next time and they’ll be able to answer all of your questions. Food sovereignty: achieved.
If the public transport in your city isn’t great, vote for people who will make it more effective, sustainable and equitable. Democracy: in action.
Look at you go, you mild superhero!
You have gotten over your denial about your status as a geographer and have started helping this little planet of ours be a bit nicer.