What’s messier right now — your bedroom or you computer’s desktop (or your favorite device’s home screen)? Tell us how and why it got to that state.
To any stranger or even a friend, perhaps, who would walk into my forever dim-setted room, they would see it to be piece-perfect; my work corner, my bulletin board with all the reminders stuck on it, the Nicholas Sparks books stacked to the side of the night stand – it seems pretty organized, alright.
But things are different from what they seem. *cue evil, background music*
Pop upon the door to my wardrobe, to see clothes that just came back from the iron stack thrown around. Pull out the drawer on the main desk, to see several papers ranging from outdated newspaper articles to my math homework due tomorrow. Beware of opening that door to the shelf, unless you’re prepared to face a falling avalanche of books onto you.
No one would ever happen to know at first sight (other than my parents who are their own versions of Danny Tanner from Full House, of course!); things appear drop dead neat.
My laptop, on the other hand, is always organized at all times; sticky notes to the top left, the folders lined up to the right and the default dock set to the bottom, all set to the happy backdrop of a collage of selfies and happy moments.
To the plain eyes, this question would be a tough one to ever answer. But through the radar vision, what’s messier right now is most definitely my room, hands down.