Pretty much everything. Along with stuff in every other color.
It's on the counters, the floors, the staircase, the beds. It's stuffed into the bookshelves and under the couch cushions. It's piling up around the laundry baskets. It's spilling out of the trash bag.
We are living under conditions often described as "Holy crap, who lives like this?"
Or "sloth" for short.
Some of us may have taken on too many projects at the same time. Others are expected to take a key supporting role in everybody else's projects as well.
And of course, by "some of us" I mean myself. By "others," I am referring to myself again. By "supporting role," I mean, "Can't anybody around here do a single thing for themselves? Also: prep work, inspiration, execution, fact-checking, copyediting, scheduling, transportation and what we loosely refer to as "meal planning." Very loosely.
And sure, thumbtacks are a big part of making it work. But a key drawback to the many organizational systems that I have devised over the years is that they contribute to the sense that any of this is actually possible.
Related: Like you have a better system