Most people who have read this site for long enough have realised that this bloke Matt can code for Britain but can still let the odd spelling error through. As can his guest writers sometimes.
The reason is that my brain is wired up differently to yours - we call this alternative wiring dyslexia. It means that I am naturally likely to excel at some tasks and yet may find other things a bit more of a challenge.
For example I can visually organise massive amounts of data in my head and almost instinctually spot anomalies in data. This means that I tend to make very quick and insightful statistical analysis and, as you might know, have a tendency to present charts with my blog posts.
On occasion I have ideas that defy expression in words and I turn to art to convey these ideas.
Sometimes words come out with a few letters a little bit wrong. Not so much that people don't know what I want to say but less than one hundred percent perfect. On the whole I think I would prefer to stay good with data, charts and code logic at the cost that sometimes I spell things squiffy.