Keep it Together
Remember learning about entropy in high school physics? Nope, me neither. That’s okay, you can Google it, there is plenty to learn.
Basically entropy is the measure of disorder, and it always increases over time. Take the trunk of my car for example. Back in the early days of quarantine, during that strange moment of our existence when we had extra time to clean attics and bake sourdough, I detailed my car (well, to be honest my husband did, but I did bake him some top notch sourdough in return). The clean trunk looked great and when I went for my weekly grocery pickup I imagined the clerk congratulating me on how amazing it looked (they never did by the way).
But now here we are almost 5 months later. I have made grocery runs and Goodwill drop offs. We have gone hiking and swimming and creek stomping. I have hauled bikes and sand toys and baseball gear. The trunk is total chaos, and each week it seems to get more and more chaotic. I don’t think the hubs is going to clean it out again, but maybe I don’t need him to—I just need this Collapsible Trunk Organizer. It even has a cooler making it perfect for all of our outdoor adventures.
So there you go, entropy solved—the messy trunk version at least.