There is little danger of your personal traits or quirks developing into OCD if you are an adult and have not already been diagnosed or have not found obsessions and compulsions to be affecting your daily life.
Everyone has his or her own unique traits and specific ways of doing things, it is what makes us human. If we all did things the same way, the world would be a pretty boring place.
The difficulty arises if you are unable to do behaviors in a way that is different from how you normally like to do them. If that brings about significant distress, an OCD diagnosis may be warranted.
However, if you could change your behavior pattern to accommodate an interruption, such as not being able to vacuum the entire house the way that you like because guests have arrived early, then your traits have little chance of developing into OCD.
If, however, you would make your guests wait outside until you finished vacuuming, or you would spend the entire time at your party worrying about what people were thinking about you because you had not yet vacuumed, then it is possible that OCD is a difficulty for you.