“Being in a messy room led to something that firms, industries, and societies want more of: creativity,” study researcher Kathleen Vos, a psychological scientist and marketing professor at the University of Minnesota, said in a statement.

via Messy Work Spaces Spur Creativity, While Tidy Environments Linked With Healthy Choices.

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