Getting Organised
Getting Organised
Men’s Talks

Be Neat and Get Organised

The word, “neat” is a very simple word. But as simple as the word is, it is an extremely difficult task for many. In the story below, you will discover how a most under-rated and despised creature is neat and quite organised.

Mice are intelligent creatures with complex levels of communication, which are both odorous and vocal, often beyond the auditory range of humans.

Mice have facial expressions which communicate their mood.

They are keen explorers. They find inventive ways to totally satisfy their curiosity to investigate, such as squeezing through tight gaps and biting through obstacles with their strong teeth.

Mice are incredibly clean, tidy and organised. Within their intricate underground homes they have specific areas for storing food, going to the toilet, and for shelter.

Mice like to stay close to their home and usually only venture up 3m to 8m away from their nest in search of food.

Whiskers help them to sense smooth and rough edges, temperature change and breezes.

These are facts, phenomenal and amazing characteristics of a mouse.

Now I don’t need to tell you why your shirts, singlets and other clothing should no longer be dropped on your bed. You need no one to tell you that your books and foot-wears should not litter the floor of the house, but rather they should be well arranged on the shelve or any appropriate place. Your rest-room, bathroom and kitchen should be organised.

Your residential look should represent your person, and should be a sight of inspiration to anybody; any day and anytime. So get neat and get organised.

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