Physical Clutter Crowds Out Other Thoughts and Steals Focus [Clutter]

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    You might have known it inherently: arriving at a messy desk Monday morning, you don’t feel like charging into work. A scientific study, however, explains what clutter does to your brain: it competes for attention, and crowds out the actual thoughts you want to move through. More

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