Are you guilty of having a messy bedroom/kitchen/desk/entire house? Well turns out that's not necessarily a bad thing. 


According to scientist Adam Frank, no matter how hard some people may try to keep their s*** together, it just isn't going to happen and through no fault of our own. Yup, it's just science!

Adam states: "Think about your desk. You tidy it up. It slides into a mess. Tidy it up again, and still, two weeks later, the mess is back.

"That's because the deepest of deep cosmic principles is playing itself out right there in the midst of your pens, paper clips and paperwork."

So what you're saying is, there's no point in us tidying up at all in the first place? Ok Adam, you have our attention. 

This physicist wants us all to feel better about not being able to keep on top of all of our cleaning sometimes "You see, it's not just us. It's a law of physics.

"The hard truth is that the universe itself is dead-set against our long-term efforts to bring order to the chaos in our lives. That's because the universe loves chaos."

So if your desk has a pile that's beginning to get higher and higher, then just remember what Adam says: "Disorderly environments seem to inspire breaking free of tradition, which can produce fresh insights."

So we guess you could say you're basically doing it for the benefit of our lives and careers.