Are You A Cleanliness Freak, Do You Clean Your Closet Daily?


Cleanliness freaks are the healthiest people, as believed by science. Here are some common phenomena every cleanliness freak will relate to. Read to know more.

Written By Nikhil Pandey | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The act of keeping a place uncluttered and organised is called cleanliness. Reportedly, science believes that keeping a place clean and organised can lead to good health. A study led by a PhD professor of Indiana University found out that people with a cleaner house are healthier than the people with messy houses. Another study has proved that most of the people prefer working in an uncluttered and organised working environment. If you are one of those people, whose conversations revolve around cleanliness, have a look at some of the common phenomena, you will relate to. Read below.

Here are some phenomenas every cleanliness freak will relate to


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A. You are one of the rarest employees to clean your office computer every day religiously. 


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B. You do not squabble with your colleagues, your biggest struggle is to use the office refrigerator and microwave. 

C. Vacuuming takes a lot of time and as soon as your done vacuuming one place, you shift your focus to another corner. Every place in your house is clean and organised, except for your dog's mat. 


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D. Your friends worry about calling you to a party. Because a messy house will force you to start cleaning in the middle of a party.

E. If you go for an interview and are asked about your hobbies, the first thought that lingers your mind is organising shelves every week. 


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