That's it. I'm done. I am no longer playing victim to 'that's not my gift' line.
I do believe that people are blessed with particular talents. I am not exactly sure of my greatest talents, or where God is able to use me best, but I am most certain of talents that just aren't in the genes, ya know?
For example, I am not an organized person. I see a messy house or room and get overwhelmed. My sister-in-law however, would get excited and immediately think thousands of thoughts of beautiful files and neat shelves would be dancing through her head. That's her gift. And trust me, she is good at it.
I struggles to maintain organization in my life (granted we live between 2 countries). I don't have a system of cleaning the house. Unless you call clean-it-when-it's-disgusting a system. And I am not too great at organizing my blog either.
And frankly I am sick of it.
I am tired of copping out with the 'it's not my gift' line. I mean seriously. When someone is overweight and wants to be thinner, can they be? Of course. Can a flaky person become more consistent? Yes. Can a lazy person become more energized? Most definitely!! They all have to do the same thing.
Make a choice.
Make a conscious effort to choose the healthier option or hit the gym. They choose to make it to the appointment they don't want to go to. They choose to get off the couch and do something productive. It's a choice.
So I am here, with my blog friends as my witnesses, I am choosing to be better. I am choosing to seek help from those who have this gift and be more organized. I am going to make choices to help me be more organized.
Phew! Thank you for listening!! So, who's with me?? I know I am not the only one who struggles with something like this. So what is it? Are you going to make a choice today to be better? I hope so! Let's do it together!!