Getting Organized Isn't a Problem
The older you get
(HealthDayNews) -- "Some day, I'm going to get organized."
For most people, that "some day" really does come.
According to the journal Brain and Cognition, older people have more difficulty getting disorganized.
A group of researchers from the Neuropsychology Unit, University of Liege, Belgium, asked subjects to generate random strings of letters from the alphabet. Younger people had very little trouble doing that, but as people got older, they became more organized.
Not only did it take the older people longer to pick out the letters, but also they were more likely to pick out real words, use double letters, or even pick letters in alphabetical order.