Do libertarians generally lean more to the left or the right? I mean, to me, it seems like you're fairly socially liberal and economically conservative.
Neither; we lean towards freedom. Just approach an issue and think, “What would make this so that each individual would be free to do what they wish without causing any harm to anyone else/what would make this so this individual’s rights are maintained?” A libertarian his/herself could be very left or right wing personally, but not impose their views in a typical left/right wing libertarianism sense. They’d just be concerned with letting people have personal and economic freedoms with very minimal government.
For instance, here are plenty of very religious, pro-life, traditional people who are personally “conservative” but are libertarians because they believe in the freedom of individuals to live their lives as they wish, even if they don’t agree with it.