By the way, LL. Your selection of J for your temperament did not make any sense: you've confused the Judging faculty with one of the many 'Judging' personality characteristics that are popular on this forum. They are as follows: organized, punctual, anal-retentive and the list of absurdities goes on incessantly.
In some very loose sense, the function of Te leads a typical person of the Western society to develop many of these qualities, however, a natural disposition towards Fe does not. Extroverted Feeling is a solidified tendency a person exhibits towards the external world: he or she does so by easily forming valuative perceptions about his immediate experiences. That is, a person of an Fe type much more easily attains an idea with regard to whether or not he or she likes the immediate experiences. Such a faculty of judgment is altogether different from Extroverted Thinking or the function that leads a person to most naturally provide structure for the immediate experiences. It seemed as if you were thinking the following. 'I know I am an ENF, but I am also organized, so I must be a J! Eureka! I will pick ENFJ!' That does not even fit into the conceptual framework of behavioral folk typology: there is a huge difference between the J of Te and the J of Fe! Even in this context it would make a lot more sense that towards your later years you managed to use Te naturally (thats what it means to develop a function, to get to a point where its a part of your temperament which means its a solidified unconscious disposition of yours.), and that is why you may have thought you're a J. This argument would have slightly more merit than the common-place folk typology non-sense ( I am organized so I am a J!). At least this is about your natural tendencies rather than the learned behavioral traits! However, this natural tendency is not activated as easily as other functions are, hence, it must be the third in the hierarchy rather than the first or second. The difference between the first two functions and the third is that the former become natural to the person much earlier in life than the latter, however, even when the latter is 'naturalized', the first two still exert a greater hold over your cognitive habits as they simply had more time to become reinforced and solidified.
With the way you post, I don't see any natural tendencies towards Fe (as described above), though I do see a tendency towards Ne as quite consistently you leap from notion to notion to notion and valuations are made with a great deal of reservation. I am assuming here you aren't trying to play a role of some kind and are not trying to accomplish a certain task, hence, there is no reason to believe that you aren't acting naturally here.
Although I see no natural tendency towards judgment either Fe or Te, your biographical info suggests you've learned the skills of making emotive valuations towards your environment immediately after the experience and organizing it. Both of these you've illegitimately associated with Te and Fe. Those actions would have been evidence of your typing being Te or Fe if they were natural tendencies of yours, yet they aren't. How do I know this? I pay attention to what you actually do here, in an environment where you are free to be yourself, rather than what you tell me about yourself. In the case of the latter, you may either be referring to situations where you didn't have the freedom to be true to yourself or you simply don't know your natural tendencies as most people don't.
In any case; the more folk typology you read, the more confused you get. My primary advice is not to accept my judgment, or any judgment in particular, it is not even to start thinking for yourself about the matter! My primary advice is to disregard the windbaggery of the countless posters who tried to tell you what your type is as most of these people truly know almost nothing about the subject. My second advice is that you should not uncritically accept my conclusion either; you ought not to think like me, but you ought to think for yourself. However, in order for you to start thinking for yourself in a fruitful manner, you have to isolate a scenario where you were free to be true to yourself and take a careful note of behaviors and thought patterns that seemed the most natural to you. Pay more attention to what was the most natural to you rather than what you actually did. Even in situations where you have the freedom to be true to yourself, you may be pressured by unnatural habits that you have formed as a result of your interaction with your environment to behave in a way that is inconsistent with your natural dispositions. For example, a person who has just returned from the army and is not organized or focused on detail by temperament will likely be pressured to do things in a very sequential, step by step manner rather than in a manner that is natural to him or her, even in his free time when there is no obvious hindrance stopping him from behaving in a way that is the most in tune with his or her temperament.