I like to keep things in a tidy order. My books are organized on the bookshelf just so, by genre, author and size. I once had to get rid of a book because it was a completely different size and design from the rest in the series. It was eventually replaced and I felt much calmer. My appointment books have been the same for several years (though it is good to change the colour every once in a while) and it has been only two different styles except for 2002 and 2007. It still grates when I look in the drawer and see those mismatched books that didn't work out as well as I thought they might.
I wonder why a large coffee is $1.52 and a medium is $1.33. Could Tim Hortons not have rounded off the prices to make it come to an even $1.50 and $1.35 with tax?
And then there is the gas pump. I always have to have the paid amount end in either a 5 or a 0. I will continually, slowly, jerkily, squeeze that trigger until the number is right. I do this, even though I always pay by credit card and because it is a business expense, I have a credit card dedicated to auto maintenance. All I need to do is add up the totals from my monthly statement. But I like the tidiness of the figures.
So you know that when I was scrolling down through my blog and noticed that I had only written nine posts for the whole month of March - out of 30 days, I only found something to write about nine times? - and that for both January and February I had 10 posts each, that I would have to quickly write another one by the end of today.