“Conquer Clutter, the ADD Way: 7 Practical Steps to Organizing a Messy House” [Video Replay & Podcast 281]

Episode Description

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Recently, I asked a team of adults with ADHD to rate their stage of clutter on a scale of one (tidy area) to 10 (messy house). Almost straight away, one gentleman shouted: “30!”

So it is going with ADHD and disorganization. We excel at engineering piles of bureaucracy and clumps of miscellaneous items that don’t (yet) have a home. Many of us can overlook the litter for a whilst, but eventually, our sense of order overwhelms our sense of dysfunction and we want to do something about our messy house. This is particularly true if we are expecting corporate and don’t need to toss the whole lot into a junk drawer, junk closet, or junk room.

Whether your disorganization specialty is laundry (do you select clean garments from the dryer, now not the closet? ), bedside mountains (are you edged away from bed by way of all the “stuff” piling up?), or stacks of ______ (fill in the blank with anything you could in finding there), you’ll find strategies and tips that may get you back on track to applicable tidiness. We don’t have time to fold T-shirts into actual sections that get up well inside the drawers (Marie Kondo obviously does no longer have ADHD).

Instead, Linda Roggli, PCC, will center of attention on:

  • Why our ADHD brains are predisposed to disorganization and how it manifests in our global
  • The difference between ADHD disorganization and hoarding (and the way the two intersect occasionally)
  • Why maintaining order is so tough for other folks with ADHD
  • Seven steps to restarting your company process
  • How to create an organization device that works for YOU
  • ADHD-tested resources that may improve your new resolve to get arranged and stay arranged

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Linda Roggli, PCC, is an ADHD coach, award-winning writer and founder of the ADDiva Network for ADHD women 40-and-better. She is an internationally known skilled in midlife and senior ADHD and works tirelessly to assist her clients get arranged. She co-created the well-liked ADHD Women’s Palooza and ADHD Parents’ Palooza, two weeks of on-line interviews with top ADHD experts ( http://adhdpalooza.com ). She has contributed chapters to several ADHD books and writes for ADDitude mag. Linda chairs the webinar committee for ADDA and maintains a energetic local give a boost to team in addition to presenting at nationwide and international conferences. She lives in Durham, NC along with her slightly OCD husband, one OCD cat and 4 ADHD Shelties.| See expert’s full bio »


Listener Testimonials

  • “This used to be the best possible webinar by means of a long way. She moved along temporarily with nice visuals. Kept my attention and inspired me with practical tips that weren’t overwhelming.”
  • “If there used to be one thing greater than Five star excellent, Linda would get this. Absolutely best! Thank you!!”
  • “Loved the slides, the comics, presenter’s talent to snort at the truth of getting ADHD!”

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