I like language(s): reading, writing, talking, wordplay, metaphors, witticisms, aphorisms, linguistics and more such sweetness. I have a diploma stating that I am a master in a few of the above, but the journey is much more interesting than any destination.
So far, that journey has taken me past retail management for an entertainment store (books, cd's, dvd's, games) to being an assistant-librarian in charge of everything youth-related. That means that one day I'm ordering comics, the next I'm devising a library game for Youth Book Week, the following I'm explaining to senior year students how to use a Doodle for reservations and I finish the week trying to find an appropriate "scary book" for an 8 year-old girl who "doesn't like princesses". I like this stopover, but eventually I'll heed the call of the horizon once more. I want to be passionate about what I do - if the passion's gone, I'll find a new challenge.
And yet... Even though I am rarely entirely satisfied with my situation for very long, I am also a creature of habit: I get comfortable easily and deal with change at my own pace. No, that does indeed not make things easier.
I'm eclectic in most of my interests. I like many things and have opinions about even more. Feel free to put that to the test. I like to explore fresh knowledge / opinions and I consider that to be a healthy habit.
If you intend to strike up conversation, you'll find me to be a good listener: opinionated, sure, but usually fair.
I'm an INFJ, for fans of typology. I'm very middle of the road on the E/I and S/N axis though.