Very cool to see right away how it is that: when we are 'attracted' or 'fascinated' by something another does, in fact we can be the ones that can integrate that same aspect we saw in another into our own lives, so that we no longer create a relationship of desire/want/need toward 'them' or 'what they do' but we can live it out ourselves.
I find this statement quite to the point here:
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to be that lazy person who is not interested in developing that care for the clothes that I have when I can learn to have that as a personal attribute to my life/living
This also allows us to see how in our minds we judge ourselves as 'inept' to do certain things, but the actual fact is... we haven't even tried to do it yet! We mostly conjure up ideas about what we can or cannot do, what we are 'good' at doing or what we 'suck' at doing, instead of looking at it as a judgment and so a self-limitation that we haven't yet challenged.
As I was reading your experience, an image of my sister folding her clothes with such precision and care came up, I would then consider that to be 'requiring too much time, too much 'care,' and so going into judgment toward it as it being such an 'unnecessary drag to fold clothes like that' and have such 'tender' to it all, which is how I became the opposite: disorderly, not really caring to have such time to fold my laundry etc. based on similar ideas: got better things to do to take such care, etc. But the reality is that if I liked that expression, then why not simply testing it out myself without a judgment? Instead of going into ideas of why I should not do that, why I would suck at it, why it wasn't 'my personality' and why I should do the opposite, lol which is a whole different story here, but I wanted to share this because these are small moments of awareness that can assist us in learning from others and skip the whole reaction of either attraction, jealousy, fascination or even opposition to something based on our perception of not being able to 'do the same' without even trying it out.
So, thanks for sharing this glimpse of your day and having such fine point of awareness in that moment and coming the common sensical conclusion of integrating this in your life and doing it yourself as well.