I love learning new stuff and new skills; I've always got a book (usually non-fiction) in my truck/backpack and some in-progress project occupying my bedroom/garage/backyard. Neither my brain or hands can stay idle for long. And because I'm always trying to understand things or turn them inside-out, I can be pretty blunt or critical (but always honest!) when I talk.
Hmm, it seems that 'tact' is one subject I should learn more about.
For all the book-learning I've acquired, I can be pretty oblivious/ignorant of social and interpersonal nuances. (If you're a gal who needs an empath or mind-reader for a boyfriend, save us both the heartache and keep looking.)
I think labels are shortcuts used by lazy minds, but if you have to, you could apply the terms 'liberal' and 'INTJ' to me and I wouldn't protest. I'm not into money and consumerism; I'm content with little and more interested in activity and opportunities rather than possessions and status.
Frankly, I've got a lot less impulse control than I should have at my age; I won't back down from a crazy adventure or dare or roadtrip on a whim. But left to my own devices, I'm content to stay at home and quietly bury myself in a project. Speaking of that, my main hobby is cosplay, which involves a lot of hands-on construction and artsy-craftsy sort of stuff. I enjoy carpentry too; just give me an excuse to build some furniture or a tiny house.
I often find myself admitting that "I don't like people." That's probably not flattering, but I blurt it out often enough that it must carry some truth to it? Or to put it another way, I'm often disappointed by peoples' behavior.