Yeah, all of that sounds like me, especially the second one to some extent. To the point where sometimes I am considered an-not a drinker (have seen too many lives ruined by it, so I resent the stuff and also haven't been able to enjoy the taste either)
-stay indoors, at home most of the time
-can be cold, can repress my feelings or not be fully aware of why they occur (I actually am torn sometimes between feeler and thinker, but the older I get the less I want to base decisions on feelings...though part of me believes there is still a lot of usefulness/insights to be gained from Fi)
-idealize health and healthy habits (though following it is another struggle)
-not much of a shopper...until I discovered online shopping. Lol. And even then, I am frugal with my cash.
-haven't cared about dressing nice till recently, usually just want to be comfortable
-often lead others to believe I am more academic/intelligent than I actually feel or want to be...I am curious and understand concepts quickly in class and can contribute to theoretical discussions...but I have a limit and no I don't want to do your assignments/homework/study for ur tests/write papers
-but out of all that, I like writing best
-i like pics and vids of kids than actual kids themselves, lol. Like filming my nieces/nephews rather than babysitting. They are so much work and so moody! But then, I feel like one day I want to be a mom, if my health permits.
-i can be extremely loyal to a fault...and give many chances...but once I write you off...it can very much be over for life
-get depressed/negative/cynical easily...though I'm working on that (sometimes I feel like I see truth more readily when I'm low, like a veil has been pulled aside and reality is raw and ugly and I'm seeing it for the first time in the correct light...when in the past, everything could be spun in a positive light. I'm back to trying to recapture my youth's optimism, but it is hard...I think I am turning to more of a realist, which I guess fits the esfp stereotype)
introvert, but I actually enjoy talking with interesting people. It is just so damn rare, and I am at a mid point between idealism-and realist.