treating adults June/July 2006 Issue of ADDitude Magazine products

Shortcuts to a Cleaner, Less Cluttered House

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Should it be called “housekeeping” or “house arrest”? It’s not easy to tell the two apart, especially for people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD).

As Erma Bombeck put it: “Housework is a treadmill from futility to oblivion, with stop-offs at tedium and counter-productivity.”There ought to be a better way — and there is.

In my 16 years as a professional organizer, I’ve helped hundreds of adults get organized with ADHD and stay on top of their housework.

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