As for me, well I enjoy the act of organization. In fact, my latest quest has been to re-do our home office. To take a step back, when I was living in my own apartment, I bought some office furniture from IKEA that was well suited for the task and space. When we bought our current home though in 2013, well, my office furniture wasn't quite a good fit for the home office space we had available. Think about 3 sizes too big. While I knew I'd eventually have to make some kind of change, I also had a few other things ahead in the life-queue department. Fortunately, I have a wife that's relatively tolerant of my need to create a personal retreat space.
Since 2013 I had made a few improvements to the office space, including adding bookshelves on the exterior facing wall. I have a lot of books. And other stuff. Anyway, I'd tell you that the shelves were a part of a larger, strategic space plan, but that would be a lie. I just wanted lots of shelves. I still had a desk that was still 3 sizes too big.
Master degree completed, and other excuses eliminated, so it was time to turn our home office into something that isn't a hazard to both humans and cats in while in the dark. That work is (mostly) completed, with a bulky IKEA office thingie replaced by two bamboo surface, adjustable height tables (one for me, one for Ms. Rivers), along with a few other improvements that probably only I, and our cats actually care about. To be honest, though, the cats don't care about it either.
(NCFE Central: Still a work in progress)
Again, the above details don't mean much to anyone but me, and that's okay. There is a bigger point in all of this though, and I'm not selling "organization is important but it's really about control" either. I think that activities like cleanup and re-organization are actually about a need for change. It's about always being in a place where at least I can say "this can be better". That's a place that ultimately tells me that, in spite of a few bumps in my road over the past two years, everything is still okay.