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I Can’t Be The Only One, Right?

Have you ever found yourself standing in front of your closet, admiring the perfect gradient of your shirts, from white to navy blue to black, with each hanger spaced precisely an inch apart? Yeah, me too! I can’t help but wonder sometimes, am I the only one who does this? It’s like my own personal art installation, a shrine to symmetry. The satisfaction of seeing those neat rows, the colors blending seamlessly from one to the next, gives me a sense of control in an otherwise chaotic world. Maybe it’s just another quirky way of finding joy in the little things. Either way, it feels like a superpower.

Let’s face it, we all have our little rituals, our ways of putting order in our lives. Some people alphabetize their bookshelves, others arrange their spices by height, and here we are, making sure every shirt is color-coordinated and evenly spaced. It’s not just about aesthetics either; it’s about that peaceful, almost meditative moment when you slide the hangers across the rod, creating harmony out of chaos.

So, if you find yourself meticulously arranging your wardrobe like a piece of art, know that you’re not alone. There are plenty of us out there who find peace in the simple act of organizing our shirts by color and ensuring each hanger has its personal bubble of space. It’s a quirky, delightful habit that brings a sense of calm and satisfaction. Next time someone catches you in the act, just smile and say, “This is my happy place.” And who knows, maybe you’ll inspire them to see their own closet in a whole new, rainbow-colored light!

  • Chris Kennedy

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