You have a
Likely to: write on every device, scribble ideas on important receipts, write when everyone else is in bed, go weeks/months without writing, spend weeks/months plotting, often think about the concept of writing
You write according to your needs. You put your day job first and give yourself a few hours to write at night, although you often overdo it and lose sleep. You love words, and you take your time with them. You believe that following a routine can be naïve and pursuing word counts can be conceited, because true inspiration comes when you least expect it. But that doesn’t mean you only wait for it.
You’re a polygamous reader, reading multiple books at any given time. You’re always in writing mode in case a great idea comes along, and you often draw inspiration from your conversations with friends and family (to their probable dismay). While you enjoy courting inspiration, you often envy more prolific writers.
Try joining a supportive community. Being surrounded by other voices can bring variation to your style and help you figure out what you really want. Also, if you keep falling into Wikipedia wormholes and resurfacing with more material than you can deal with, you may need to start viewing routines as healthy instead of rigid. And don’t drink coffee past 2 p.m.