I simply cannot be bothered with certain things. Constantly organizing my surroundings is one of them. I will never understand the neat-freak mentality. I understand organizing your house before company arrives, or making your workspace presentable. Look clean, sell clean. I get it. However, why organize a space that will pretty much never be seen by anyone except yourself? For example, my bedroom has quite a bit of clutter. However, I know precisely where everything is. The map of my clutter is thoroughly laid out in my head. I can see it. When an outside party attempts to intrude upon my space and rearrange things...all is lost. Clutter is a sign of intelligence because the clutterer is mentally aware of all his posessions through the use of mental notes. Furthermore, I feel those who excessively organize and label everythng are compensating for something. Can you really not remember where you put things? I think some people would label their left and right shoe if they could.
First of all, do NOT attempt to organize or clean my area. I do not need the help of outside parties to keep my space organized. My living and work space may appear to be a mess to the untrained eye, but I know exactly where everything is, and I am the only one that needs to know where everything is. Whenever I find that my space has been tampered with in an effort to make it conform to the norm of organization, stuff gets misplaced, and all my work ruined.
I don't make my bed. Actually, YES I do. I make it EVERY DAY....right before I get in it. Why on God's green Earth would I make my bed in the morning??? I don't get in the damn thing until 15-18 hours later, why would I waste the precious 30 seconds in the morning when I could be on the sofa scratching my balls while watching SportsCenter??? WHY?????? I will never be sold on making my bed in the morning.
Furthermore, who needs the anxiety of maintaining all that organization?? I would much rather focus elsewhere. I will not look at a life of achievement and wonder if I could have been more organized.
My advice to everyone is to relax the excessive organization, and focus more on bettering yourself in more practical areas of your life.