There's a woman I know who spends much of the day cleaning and organizing (at least that's what she thinks she's doing). She has this compulsion to rearrange objects for some reason. If you ask her where something is, she won't know because she probably already moved it 3 times that day. She puts a high value on cleanliness, but it's not for reasons of health and sanitation (some of her cleaning methods are not exactly sanitary, but she doesn't realize it). The reason she does it is Feng Shui... literally. She wants her surroundings to be attractive and comfortable. She says that she cares so much about that kind of thing because it's important to her that people (herself included) feel "at home" in her home. She's also really into yoga, and even though she has health problems, she has a better body than most women half her age (this is most likely due to the fact that she practices yoga daily). She has a boyfriend who's an existentialist writer and she fully supports his ideas. She's extremely emotionally expressive. She's also quite proper. She carries herself like she's wearing a $2000 outfit even if it's all second hand. She's friendly and very good at talking to people. It's not uncommon for her emotions to get away from her though. When I hung out with her and my son at the same time sometimes I felt like they were both children because she was so emotionally reactive to him. Everyday there's some type of enormous crisis, and she's worry way too much about it, not seeing the issue in perspective.