organization ADHD in a Pandemic clutter

4 Organization Projects That Spark Joy in Quarantined ADHD Brains

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When the emotional roller coaster of stay-at-home orders began, many of us felt equal parts terrified and excited. We feared the reality of working and learning (concurrently) from home, but we also dreamed of vanquishing all of those closets, drawers, and boxes that have lingered for years.

That burst of motivation to organize was, for many of us, short-lived.Amid an overwhelming amount of change, fear, and distraction, we did not clear out the attic or the garage — and that is okay.

In hindsight, we all needed a few weeks to adjust to process some deep concerns, figure out how to work effectively from home, and learn about helping the kids with online homeschooling.

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