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Are you organized?
Did you know there is a relationship between disorganized and stress?
The only thing in my life that's organized is my CD collection....
It's difficult to answer that question objectively, but my wife describes me as "selectively organized". I know where my tools and resources are, where papers have been placed, but it may be a great while until I reach for them. I usually know precisely where I've put things but, in the time I choose to address these issues, piles of papers develop on my desk or other surfaces. This leads to a disordered or haphazard appearance, but I can find papers I set aside a long tome ago.
nope, i am totally unorganized, i drop everything in my bag like a trash bbag
I am definitely more organized than my beautiful bride. She can sit in an avalanche of papers and items and not feel the least bit crowded or intruded upon. I would not be able to think in any kind of rational means until my workspace is clear of clutter. It seems, in my head, like the literal clutter is infringing on the mental space I have in my head and screams that it has priority over all thoughts. At times I must remove myself from her "workspace" before I scream, "how do you work in all this?" Then I retreat to my computer and to my little corner of organized life. It may sound like organization is utmost in my head (and it is at times) but not at all times. Sometimes the clutter does not bother me, and then I will turn sharply in a room or brush up against something and it falls to the floor and I am instantly in my "why?" and "how can you work?" mode.
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
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by Tom Vogler6 years ago
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by Mikedelta8 years ago
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