Organizing Life with Adult ADHD If you ask anyone with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to name their top challenges, chances are high that “organizing life” will appear on many ADHD adults' lists. Why? - because getting (and staying) organized is an ongoing process involving many brain systems associated with executive functioning skills. Here are several reasons why … [Read more...]
8 Back To School Organizing Tips for a Successful School Year!
It's time to send kids back to school. For students and parents alike, these organizing tips can make the difference between having a successful school year or not. With many changes, pandemic accommodations to keep everyone safe, yet still facing uncertainty now is a great time to create more safety and certainty. So, now is a great time to tighten up your home systems, spaces, and habits to help … [Read more...]
13 Organizing Mantras To Solve Clutter Problems For Good
An organizing mantra can help anyone. Simply, an organizing mantra is a well-known and well-accepted principle that is true regardless of conditions. Let's face it - when you're disorganized, it can be difficult to know where to start. You may be surprised to know that the BEST place to begin your organizing journey is INSIDE YOUR HEAD! These organizing tips to help you center and focus on the … [Read more...]
Are You A Clutter Victim?
Are you a clutter victim? Many people who struggle with clutter are stuck in the 'victim' role. When you're in a victim role you have feelings of powerlessness, no energy, and disappointment. If you feel this way about your cluttered home, you're likely playing out the victim role. However, don't lose faith. There's hope for you to step into a powerful mindset and regain control. Are you a … [Read more...]
5 Reasons Marie Kondo Organizing Is NOT For You
Don’t get me wrong, Marie Kondo is adorable and trendy. Her popularity helped a lot of people get organized, which is wonderful. Simplifying life is always recommended! A friend of mine swears by the way she folds clothes in a dresser drawer, and I like it too. She reminds me of a bonsai plant – an example of highly controlled and regulated perfection. And, if that appeals to you, that’s great. … [Read more...]
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