Do you walk in a room to organize and find yourself paralyzed and overwhelmed?
Do you find yourself spending money on organizing solutions that don't work?
Do you feel like you put in effort but never make any progress?
Or maybe you know exactly what you want to do, and yet for some reason, you just can't get started.
Organizing isn't easy. And having ADHD doesn't make it any easier.
But it doesn't have to be impossible.
If you have ADHD and you've been struggling with organization, it doesn't mean there's something wrong with you.
It just means it's time to try working with your brain instead of against it.
Understanding how your mind works
Recognizing your strengths and weaknesses
Finding the strategies that work for you
In her latest book, Lisa Woodruff explores the executive functions of the mind that directly affect your ability to organize your home: flexible thinking, working memory, self-monitoring, task initiation, planning, and organization. Along the way, she provides tips and strategies for overcoming obstacles - tools you can use to get the organized house you've been dreaming of.
As a professional organizer, productivity coach, and former teacher, Lisa Woodruff knows that organization is more than just 15-minute daily tasks or cute ways to use fun containers. She's successfully parented, taught, and professionally organized people who struggle with ADHD, and she has been able to help hundreds of women in Cincinnati, Ohio - and thousands of women around the world - get their homes organized and keep them that way.
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