The Psychology Of Messy Rooms: The Most Creative People Flourish In Clutter

Do your parents, coworkers, dorm mates, or house mates complain about your messy work space? It’s strange at times, but the prevailing school of thought calls for order and organization in order to achieve success. Modern psychology is beginning to paint a different picture.

What does your desk look like right now? Maybe a little garbage, a little bit of homework, empty cups, half finished projects, maybe a magazine and an empty tea cup. So it’s a mess to say the very least. Or at least it looks that way to strangers looking at it. But often times, a person’s mess is methodical.

READ MORE: http://higherperspectives.com/messy-space-creative/

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