I'm wondering about these two people - they are a married couple.
The woman is a bookkeeper. She has always had to have a job despite there being no financial need because she feels it's an important part of her autonomy. (Not saying this is a bad thing at all, just that it's very different from me. I don't have a job and I really like it that way.) She is precise and neat, but not obsessively so. She loves to travel and always makes detailed itineraries she keeps with her but leaves wiggle room in case she finds something else she'd like to do. While she loves to visit exotic places, she oddly likes to find food she is used to. For me, a fun part of travel is trying out different cusines, but she's happy to go to McDonald's or whatever else everwhere she goes. She also loves those guided tours you can get more than just exploring on her own. She has an active social life and a large circle of friends and loves to chat and gossip (and is fun to have a conversation with). She and I get along really well almost all of the time. From time to time I feel like she's making all the decisions and I have no say, but that's only after we've been together for a long amount of time. She's very concerned about health and refuses to put salt on any food, but then sometimes buys garbage packaged food. I have never understood how she can refuse to put even a little salt and butter on broccoli to make it taste better because she wants it to be healthy, but then the next day will eat a salt-laden preservative-filled fatty frozen meal. She is also very frugal despite there being no necessity, but that makes her fun to shop with - I have a good time watching people bargain hunt. She likes to entertain and also loves to set up major events, for instance she does a huge amount of volunteer work and sets up extensive and time-consuming fundraisers, and does a great job at it. I can think of five organizations off the top of my head that she does a lot of volunteer work for. One other thing I thought of - she is very political and passionate about it.
Her husband is a very quiet and deliberate man. He and I also get along really well. He is a drafter and is involved in two different sports. He also loves to do gardening work. He is usually quiet but I've heard him explode a few times so I can't say he's always quiet. He's also pretty opinionated, though it doesn't bother me since we share most opinions. He likes to sleep in, then he does some exercises, then he putters around the garden and takes care of the cat's needs, then reads the newspaper and eats breakfast (always the same thing from what I've seen), and then usually goes off to play golf for a while. He always has a project going. I would think he's ISTp maybe but he and my husband never seem to have much to say to each other and it seems like they would be more connected or something if they were the same type. I'm trying to think what else about him. He does volunteer work though mainly through his wife's influence. It's funny because he is the head of one of the organizations but she's the one who does most of the work and he acknowledges it, as does everyone in the group. But he still has strong opinions about the organization and people might like him being in charge because his opinions are really well thought-out - the fact that he doesn't do the organizing might not be an issue for them.
Anyway, any ideas?