One thing about the Beaumont family, their savvies--on the surface, at least--appear to be plagues. I mean, no more swimming for Fish! All sorts of shattered glass for Rocket to clean up!
Yet throughout the story, the Beaumonts learn to make the best of their savvies. Not just live with them, but find the good in them.
So what about you? What savvy do you have that seems more of a pain than a blessing? Can you turn it right-side up? Here's my stab (albeit one-eye-twinkling):
I repel potential boyfriends. I'm an average 22-year-old who has never been asked out. Ever. It's like a force shield or something. Quite handy in certain circles ... when among nuns, for example. Or jerks. Seriously, think of the agony some heroines have, rejecting queues of unwanted suitors. I have none of that grief, all thanks to my savvy.