The physics of clutter

I have started anew attacking the clutter that has accumulated in our house.

I’m inspired by Stacey Platt, author of a book called What’s a Disorganized Person to Do?. Platt lives in a 500-square-foot New York City apartment that forces her “to simplify and let go: two endeavors that make life easier, less stressful and truly more enjoyable.”

According to this expert, clutter shares the same physical laws as everything else in the universe.

First, “all things (including your desk) tend toward a state of randomness.”

And, second, “you cannot go from a disordered system to an ordered system without inputting energy.”

That, Platt says, is the physics of clutter.

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