Understanding the Right-Brained Person

by StephBuckwalter on March 8, 2010

This was too good to keep to myself so I’ve decided to share. One of the things that really helped me get a grip on my house was realizing that as a right-brained person, my approach to life–including homemaking–was different than 50% of the population (that would be the left-brained half of the population for those readers who don’t like logic problems). I came to see that the struggles I had were related to my life’s outlook more than a serious character flaw, although I’m sure some who know me might disagree :-). I also realized that I could work with my natural tendencies instead of against them to achieve a clean house. I’ve excerpted Chapter 2 of I Want My House Back! It explains how a right-brain person operates as it applies to housekeeping. I hope you’ll find insight and inspiration to help you through your own struggles with housekeeping. You can also peruse the table of contents.

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