Karen, I think you are an ESFP, based on what you have written in several topics. Even in this one, you ask for concrete examples. That's something that S types tend to ask for, and not Ns. Most of the N types here seem perfectly happy talking in hypotheticals and abstract stuff that never goes anywhere. You've come off in your posts like when you ask a question, you want a practical, usable answer, not just a vague "impression" in response. I can't remember how old you are, if you told us that, but thinking a lot about the future is something that pretty much everybody does up until a certain age, because they don't really have a whole lot of past experiences t dwell on. For me, it was around my mid twenties to thirty when I started to think less about the future and more about the past when I drifted from the present moment.
But if you read the topic I made about "not living in the here and now", you get the idea from the N types, that it's not just a matter of thinking about the future, but according to them, it's extremely difficult for them to experience the present moment for what it is, like their brain is always projecting backwards or forwards automatically, not as like a daydream, but as a constant state of mind. Now, I'm just basing this on what I have read from people here, but your descriptions of your future-thinking doesn't seem to match that. And your feeling like you know what others are feeling could be an example of that Introverted Feeling function that is used heavily by ESFPs as well.