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‘You Don’t Do Anything Wrong’: A professional organizer shares the 5 types of messes in your home she considers ‘normal’

  • Organizer Kayleen Kelly specializes in chronic disorder, ADHD, and mental health
  • The 37-year-old, from Florida, took to TikTok to show what the homes you live in are like
  • The clip received support from her followers, who praised her frankness

A professional organization has revealed what types of household clutter they consider “normal.”

Kayleen Kelly, who has over nine years of experience, specializes in chronic disorder, ADHD, and mental health.

The 37-year-old, from Jacksonville, Florida, took to TikTok to reveal what real-life homes are like.

Her latest video was met with an outpouring of support from followers, who thanked her for allaying their concerns.

Professional organizer Kailyn Kelly has revealed the types of household clutter she considers “normal.”

She reveals what she considers to be ordinary chaos, which includes the existence of

She reveals what she considers to be ordinary chaos, which includes the existence of

She revealed what she considers to be an ordinary mess, which includes having a “donation pile that’s been there for a week” and keeping “food that needs to be thrown out.”

In the clip, which has so far been viewed more than 82,000 times, Kayleen speaks to the camera as she begins: “If you struggle with cleaning and chores, this is for you.”

Missy Kaelin insists it’s ‘normal’

  • Don’t make your bed
  • Leave the bathroom messy
  • Live out of the dryer
  • Having a donation pile that stayed there for a week
  • Save food that must be thrown away

She then reveals what she considers to be ordinary clutter as she recounts “not making your bed, messy bathroom (and) living out of the dryer.”

But she didn’t stop there, adding that it wasn’t unusual to have a “donation pile that’s been there for a week” and “food to throw out.”

Then Kayleen speaks directly to the camera again as she explains, “I’ve been working on real homes with real people for nine years.

I’m telling you, that’s normal, that’s okay.

You are not doing anything wrong and you are not alone. Welcome to the club.’

Explaining the situation in more detail, she said, “This. He is. natural.

I’m here to highlight what real home living is like.

You can have an organized and functional home and still struggle with chores and cleaning.

Especially popular for us with #Madd and #Neurodivergence. It’s never going to be perfect and that shouldn’t be your goal.

“Focus on feeling better in your home rather than looking better.”

The 37-year-old, from Jacksonville, Florida, also explained how

The 37-year-old, from Jacksonville, Florida, also explained how

The 37-year-old, from Jacksonville, Florida, also explained how “not making your bed” and “living out of a dryer” was normal.

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And other social media users were quick to flood in the comments to thank Kayleen for her candid insight

And other social media users were quick to flood in the comments to thank Kayleen for her candid insight

And other social media users were quick to flood in the comments to thank Kayleen for her candid insight.

One wrote, “Oh my gosh! You are amazing for showing this video. I’ve always struggled with normal versus what I struggle with and mildly berate myself.”

Another said: ‘Again I’m about to cry listening to you say it’s normal cause I beat myself up every day bc my place doesn’t look Pinterest ready pic. Thank you.’

A third added: Thank you! Lots of worrying about people who just went through it. I know I’m not bad but sometimes I feel like perfection is normal.

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