Over the weekend I stumbled across this interesting little ditty originally posted on Shelterpop.com (I found it via Popsugar.com) and instantly needed to know if the Doc had me pegged (or if I had me pegged for that matter!) when it come to my “mess.”  But just to be fair, I’m gonna go ahead and say this doesn’t apply to your kids’ or roommate’s or family’s mess.  Think YOUR stuff and your stuff alone.

Ok.  Now your turn, here’s the article as posted to Popsugar:

What the Location of Your Mess Says About You (and How to Fix It)

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And just in case anyone is wondering, here’s my mess at the time of reading the article, not entirely sure I buy the insecure diagnosis — but I do get points for making the bed every day, right?  Or, wait, is that my insecurity talking?

I think I’ll plead the 5th and stick to an alternative prognosis: messy is brilliant.  And if you too need a second opinion try finding it here, Your Messy Room Might be the Sign of a Brilliant Mind.  Thank you Apartment Therapy, thank you.