Tag: ADD organizing

Did You Know That October Was ADD Awareness Month?

October was ADD/ADHD awareness month. A cause near and dear to my heart. There are 11 people in my family that have been “officially” diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. I am sure there are more. Obviously, its inherited. So it was natural when I started organizing , that ADD would be one of my specialties. I had... Read more »

ADHD Awareness Month 2013; Organizing Tips That Really Work

Octber is ADHD awareness month. The American Psychiatric Association estimates that 15 million Americans suffer from ADHD. This condition is characterized by lack of focus and impulsiveness. In many cases it comes with commabitities such as depression or defiance. I have a life time of experience in working with those that have ADD challenges. You... Read more »

ADD Organizing; The Do's and The Don'ts

Got ADD?  Need to get organized? There is a right and a wrong way to go about it. In order for you to be successful in making changes in your life, you need understand how ADD affects you, what areas needs to be improved, and what systems will work for you. One of my specialties... Read more »

A I M; Accept, Identify, and Manage your ADD

ADD/ADHD runs in my family. As a child, I was the one that cleaned up everyones rooms-imagine that one! As an adult who feels lucky to have dodged some challenging family genetics, I help others with ADD/ADHD simplify and create systems in their lives. In one of the many ADD books I have read, one... Read more »