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“5 Tricks to Make Laundry Less Agonizing.”

Laundry rarely rewards with a sense of completion or accomplishment, which is why many people put it off until all the clean underwear is gone. It’s also a chore of opposites – it takes sustained effort but not full attention and is, therefore, often “started” but left incomplete.How can an individual with ADHD deal better with this undesirable chore? Here are a few helpful hints I share with my clients who complain of clothes piling up, staying in the washer or dryer for too long, and never finding their way to designated drawers and hangers.The fewer clothes you have to wash, the easier the laundry process.

Try minimizing your wardrobe to only the clothes that you really need and that suit your lifestyle. (This is easier said than done,

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