Just finished a holiday clean up and it’s had a noticeable effect on short-term angstiness.
So, I’m wondering, does anyone else experience a strong correlation between the mood of a room or setting and a flavour of thinking?
For example, I find it easier to think with more diversity and rigour in a clean, uncluttered space.
@msweet same for me.
Then again most writings out there suggest clutters promote creativity. I don't get that at all.
It appears to me that people are either chaos-inclined and order-inclined.
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