What Comes Naturally
Alright, so we're going to go back to the basics again this week and I'd love to talk about my passion for organizing. And, that it's okay if it's not yours.
People are different. Deep, right? We think, grow and learn differently. This is recognized when we are children but once we move past school days I feel like it's sort of forgotten. We choose careers that are vastly different and require special skills and mentality. My husband is in aerospace and I have friends who are teachers and nurses. All things that I have no interest in and truthfully am not capable of doing. My disinterest goes beyond my lack of schooling in those fields or the fact that I think the human body, while super awesome in its functionality, is disgusting. I believe at my core, I just don't operate in those capacities.
It took me a while to come to the conclusion that my passion for organizing goes beyond my love of labels and matching boxes. It's in the way I think, plan and live my life. It also took me a while to realize that that means it does not come naturally to other people. And while I would never compare an organized cabinet to saving someone's life, it's something I can do to help other people.
I say all of this not to brag but to tell you it's okay to not like organizing. It's okay to look at your home and feel overwhelmed. There is something, probably many things, that you do that I cannot. One of the things I love about organizing is getting to work together with people from all different walks of life. And while my main goal is always to help you, I always learn something new from each client I work with. So, let's grow together! You bring your special set of skills and I'll bring my planner.