How to Live with a Disorganized Person


How to Live With a Disorganized Person

It's their world. You're just living in it.

Believe it or not, everybody has a bit of a different idea of what clean means. Anyone who lives with a disorganized person knows just how true that is! But don't worry; we've got a few tips to bridge the gap.

1. Make a Plan

Write out your ideal clean living situation, and then go through it and be realistic. Cross out the things that are just asking too much. This way you won't shock them with your clean-freak demands.


2. Help Out

Helping can take many forms. Give some thought to how you can make it easier for the disorganized person to keep things clean. Maybe it's as simple as moving the roll of paper towels closer to the sink, maybe it's emptying out a space and giving it to them to hide all their stuff that just seems to pile up. Out of sight, out of mind, right?


3. Be an Example

If you're asking for a disorganized person to step up and change their ways, you have to make sure you go above and beyond in keeping your stuff in order. That means you never get to leave your dishes out, your coats unhung or any of those other little things. It's a two-way street, after all./font>


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