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Why Messy People Get More Done

Even if you’re a neat freak, embracing the mess might just be the key to unleashing your creativity

II admit it: I’m a neat freak. Before I can tackle a work project, I have to make sure everything around me is in its proper place. This has been especially true during quarantine, when the nonstop anxiety and just make me…




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Allison Hirschlag

Allison Hirschlag

Writer of varying attitudes. Words at WaPo, Scientific American, Cosmo, Audubon, Weather, McSweeneys, Weekly Humorist and elsewhere. Likes laughing. And cheese.

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