Town & CountryThe place that you live tends to impact your lifestyle. For example, living in a large cosmopolitan city versus a remote island with an excellent beach.
WorkYour profession and working style. For example, an artist who works at home on their own time versus working on a strict schedule within a system of rules that is beyond your control.
TransportHow you get around. For example, a long commute on a highway that is prone to traffic jams versus someone who can walk to work on a pleasant street.
Personal ReflectionThe habit of taking time to explore thoughts and ideas.
Religion & SpiritualityParticipation in an organized religion and/or pursuit of spirituality.
HealthYour level of health and efforts to stay or become healthy.
FitnessYour level of physical fitness and activity level including participation in sports and recreation.
FoodHow you eat. For example, preparing healthy food at home and viewing meals as a social activity.
Hobbies & ActivitiesYour pursuit of interests such as a hobby. fashion.
SocialSocial fulfillment in areas such as friendship, community and family.cultures. Social status is more than giving the appearance of wealth and can include things like physical appearance or the respect you get as a professional or family member. Lifestyle also includes your attitude towards social status such as the ability to transcend worrying what others think.
Lifestyle ExamplesThe following are examples of specific lifestyles and lifestyle factors.
It is important to note that lifestyle isn't always a choice. For example, poverty forces an austere lifestyle and can create a large number of problems that may prevent you from living the way that you'd like.
Bohemians – unconventional people
Career focused individuals
Conformists and collectivists
Country living and small town life
Cultured living – interested in cultural things such as aesthetics
Cultures – the lifestyle associated with a culture such as American Culture
Empty nesters – parents of adult children who moved out
Family focused individuals
Food life such as diet
Gossip life – interested in information about people
Home and gardening life
Joiners – prefers time to be organized by others
Media consumers – consume much media
Media life such as influencers
Music lovers and music scenes
Nighthawks – stay up late
Nomads and digital nomads
Political life such as activism
Pop culture fans
Progressive lifestyle – embraces constant change
Pursuit of epic experience
Pursuit of self-improvement
Pursuit of self-indulgence
Recreation life such as sailing
Relaxed attitude to time
Relaxed attitude to work and responsibility
Retro life – pursues a lifestyle from the past
Self-care and wellness subcultures
Social justice campaigners
Subculture pursuits such as cosplay
Takes on roles and responsibilities
Time poor, money rich
Virtue signalers – pursues social status with communication alone
Work hard, play hard
A way of life.