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33 ADHD-Friendly Ways to Get Organized

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Getting organized is a key step toward reaching your goals. No secret there. So why do we put up with chronic disorder at home, at work, and in our personal lives?Judith Kolberg suggests it’s a matter of perfectionism: We’re unable to do what it takes to get even a bit more organized because we worry that we won’t become perfectly organized.

And as Kolberg, author of Conquering Chronic Disorganization, points out, there is no such thing as perfect organization — particularly for those living with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD).

Life is capricious, and get-it-done strategies that work well today may prove useless tomorrow.The good news, says Kolberg, president of FileHeads Professional Organizers, is that seemingly small changes and ADHD organization tools can bring big improvements in your life — less clutter, fewer hassles, and greater tranquility.Individuals with ADHD can spend days agonizing over decisions that others make in minutes.

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