I love your threads, Whatevergirl. If that’s heritable, I wonder if you have any daughters.
Seriously, though, also both. I can be very low maintenance because I can go for a long time without food or drink when I’m fixated on a target and I don’t need that much money to cover my needs. I value simplicity and I very much appreciate the women who will go trekking with you, who will have a beer by the fire (instead of always going a la carte) and who look good in khakis. With all people, I’m generally rather up to the point and don’t dwell on accidental mistakes, so that’s another one for low maintenance.
On the other hand, I have an extremely picky taste when it comes to certain things (clothes, hair, manners, language). I value simplicity in all of those, I love the elaborate forms (and they need to be simple in their own way), but I don’t like things that are odd, mismatched etc. I’m not even very pedantic and I have a lot of understanding, but I’m hard to please, I rarely approve of what I see and I disapprove of much if not most of styles I come across (plain stuff excluded). My father being a painter and sculptor might be part of the reason here. So in this I’m definitely high maintenance. I also don’t like substandard human interaction, so I expect people to (wo)man up a lot and communicate like adults. Plus, I have very short patience for unreasonable procedures, job strategies that don’t work, work systems that burn half the productive energy etc. Then, I have a love of learning and knowledge. That’s high maintenance as well. I suppose putting up with my “charming” personality is high maintenance, too.