I've always identified as an INTJ, but in reality, I'm just a shade further toward the 'N' than I am toward the 'S', I'd call it 55 T 45 S. I'm pretty solidly I, about 65 to E of 35. I'm HARD into the T side--about 90 to only about 10 F. Clearly this aspect needs attention. My J-T is about the reverse of my I-E, J 65 and T 35.
Otherwise, in the real world, not surprisingly, I am deeply interested in and have worked in psychology, education (with adults), project management, and IT research, innovation and development. I read a lot (woah, another big surprise there!) and I don't watch much TV other than documentaries. I love historical reenactment and I like to make costumes of all kinds. (Costume parties give an introvert a way to both hide and be noticed at the same time.)