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Being creative is aided by breaking away from tradition, order, and convention, and a disorderly environment seems to help people do just that.

Is it better to work in a clean office or a messy one?

The answer may depend on what you’re trying to accomplish. For, according to an intriguing new study from the University of Minnesota, a tidy and well-ordered environment may promote healthful eating and generosity, but a bit of chaotic clutter appears to encourage creative thinking.

(via minnpost)