Hi Ruthie! Can I still suggest a different option?
I think you could actually be INFP.
Values without context are untrustworthy - definitely.
"But it's also not really "emotional" because it's more of a thought process than a feeling process." That's what I was talking about, it's not that Feelers *feel* instead of thinking, it's just that our thinking is often concerned with feelings (feelings and emotions are also very different things mind you).
And I will say it again, from my own experience, not only do Sensors never daydream, some of them (STJ in particular, methinks) look down at it. They don't see at the cognitive process that some people are just inclined to have, they see at as a leisurly activity that some people choose to engage in, which is wasting time and points to their immaturity and ineffectiveness.
For example, according to some of the SP temperament descriptions all SPs are quite reckless, very adventurous, rebellious, and willing to experiment but my ISTP friend is normally very cautious and is often suspicious of new things and experiences. Dichotomies can also manifest themselves differently in combinations. IN is very different from EN and IS is very different from ES. So INPs may not be quite so enthusiastic about change. I usually like it when it happens, but I tend to be somewhat anxious and sometimes even pessimistic before, when I'm just told that it's coming, I'm not very likely to initiate major change, and will be hesistant for some time, if people suggest it to me. Well, unless it is something I wanted for a long time.
Honestly, I'm not sure about you being an INFP, but you do not strike me as an ISTJ at all.
One more question (if you're still willing to reassess your type), is making decision really easy for you?
Do you have the need to make a decision right away and take action according to your decision, or do you need time to think it through and often keep going back and forth between options?
From this whole thread I would assume the latter, but still.