Here's something I learned from the quiz I posted a couple of days ago. It's about the Clutter-Hoarding Scale. Or as I call it, "The Richter Scale of Stuff".
The Clutter-Hoarding Scale was developed by the NSGCD as a tool for professional organizers to evaluate the levels of health and safety in a home. It measures household clutter and hoarding tendencies on a scale of 1 to 5 (Level I is low while Level IV is high) in four categories:
- Structure & Zoning Issues
- Pets & Rodents
- Household Functions
- Sanitation & Cleanliness
You can download their PDF file which explains it in more detail. I'd probably rate myself at worst as a II, I (because I have no pets), III, III, in the four categories respectively.