- Is School Lunch Really All That Bad?
- Earn your degree
- Write a letter to your reflection in the mirror.
- What is your zodiac sign? Does it fit your personality?
- Sit outside for about an hour. Write down the sounds you hear.
- Write about a teacher who had a lasting impact on you.
- Your relationship status and how you feel about it.
- Where you’d like to be in ten years.
- Write about friends that are like family.
- Put your iPod on shuffle and write down the first ten songs that pop up.
- Write a verbal vision board.
- Write about being inside an old abandoned warehouse.
- How important do you think education is?
- What if you mirror started talking to you?
- List five celebrities that you’re attracted to.
- Write about how you celebrate New Year’s Eve.
- Write about what you do on Valentine’s Day.
- How impulsive are you?
- Write about your favorite US President, living or dead.
- Do Photoshopped Images Make You Feel Bad About Your Own Looks?
- Protected: Would You Want to Be a Child Prodigy?
- Do You Perform Better When You’re Competing or When You’re Collaborating?
- What are your favorite cartoons?
- If someone gave you a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would you go?
- How Do You Find Peace in Your Life?
- How Important Is Keeping a Clean House?
- What would you do if you could live a day without consequences?
- How to Properly Pack a Suitcase
- A food that reminds you of your youth.
- Why would you be a great president? Give at least three arguments.
There are different levels of ‘dirty’, from bio-hazard to mild clutter.
Clutter is fine. You don’t have to keep a house totally tidy all the damn time. It’s a living space, not a museum. If you’re allergic to dust, have less clutter so it’s easier to clean up.
Not so much clutter that you can’t function, though. Have walkways. Be fastidious about the kitchen.
On the other hand, bio-hazard levels of mess are, well, a hazard. Clean that shit up! You don’t want vermin moving in.
The question asks about the importance of all this. I’d say the health issues are the most important. As for what other people think of your mess? Eh. I could care, but not enough. I’ll always have clutter around.
Photo: Chris Chan