I've been sharing since April, for the first time in many years. She's nice enough, but yeah, the honeymoon is definitely ending.
I'm just at that sort of "meh - maybe I should have stayed on my own despite the hideous rents in this city" stage. I mean, on the positive side, she's fairly easy-going, we have similar ideas about housecleaning/dishes (we want things pleasant and clean enough, but we're far from obsessive about everything being spotless), and she's more organised regarding bills etc which takes some pressure off me. And we have quite different schedules, so we don't have to fight over the bathroom in the morning and we don't see each other ALL the time. And basically we get along ok.
On the not-so-bright side - she's a bit obsessed with reorganising/rearranging stuff, which often doesn't bother me much, but it's a bit annoying when it seems like every week stuff has been moved for almost no reason - especially if it's my stuff (in public areas - she's definitely not the type who would come into my room, I'm assured of that). I've started to be a bit more proactive about - if she's moved something of mine for no reason - moving it back, etc. Also, she hasn't complained, but I've woken her up a few times simply by switching on a light in the hallway (I'm a night owl) and that just makes me a bit uncomfortable.
And sorry to say this because I know how it sounds but...she is SUCH a Sensor. (I think ESxJ or an outgoing ISxJ). Or maybe it's not a Sensor thing at all and she's just not remotely deep. (I've had enough deep conversations with Sensors in my time to know that's not necessarily the problem.) When her friends come round and I either join them for a bit or overhear conversations, I think "honestly...how can people talk about such boring crap for so long?" "And then so and so said that! OMG! Blah blah boring gossip blah blah inconsequential nonsense blah blah." And she thinks I'm weird. It's pretty obvious, with my poetry and my books and not having a problem with doing things on my own (though I have a pretty active social life too.)
I am ranting a little but honestly, this is all minor stuff. She is pretty nice and I could have done a million times worse. I have a feeling a lot of this is simply to do with readjusting after having everything totally my own way for ages. But still - any suggestions for when the honeymoon ends?