You consider yourself Marie Kondo-light while your spouse is more...Hoarders. He doesn’t [fold the laundry, do the dishes, make the bed] the right way, but you just follow up and re-do the job. No biggie...except that your tidy habit might be ruining your marriage.
Sure, cleaning up after he cleans up seems harmless in the moment, but now your spouse now feels like you don’t appreciate his help—or worse, feels judged for his second-rate cleaning skills. Meanwhile, you're bottling up resentment for that crusty oatmeal bowl in the sink. In one (highly scientific) poll, we asked our own husband how he'd feel if we constantly re-washed the dishes after him. "Pretty sh*tty" was the response.
So how can a neat freak and a slob compromise?
Identify the non-negotiables in your cleanliness contract together. (It'd be OK if this is an unofficial contract...unless the two of you are really into signing things.) Maybe toothpaste in the sink is a deal-breaker, but T-shirts folded wrong is OK...as long as they get put away. Then it's up to you as the clean person to—deep breaths—let the little things go and avoid being the dreaded gatekeeper. Because yes, you can survive a night with hand towels draped the "wrong" way.