Category Archives: Challenging Disorganization

Don’t Put Off Handling Procrastination!

First of all, know when you’re not procrastinating, as these first three strategies address: Continue reading

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Is hoarding a thing?

The answer to the question is yes. According to the Mayo Clinic, hoarding disorder is “a persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions because of a perceived need to save them.” Those who hoard have difficulty parting with possessions even … Continue reading

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Becoming Organized: The Case of the Missing Slippers

If being organized is not how you were raised but you’ve started to become more orderly, you may already know: it takes time getting used to “being organized.” I learned this with a new client: Kim (not her real name) has … Continue reading

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ADHD is like your favorite fragrance, it’s a little different on everyone

According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 11% of children are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder annually. Does that surprise you? It seems like a low estimate to me, but I’m a certified professional organizer. The nature of … Continue reading

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CAN YOU HEAR ME? ASKING FOR ORGANIZING HELP IS NOT SO EASY

Dear Husband, You know I love you very much. You know I want us and our family to be happy. I treasure you in my life, and I want us to always be able to work out our differences and … Continue reading

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Does Being Disorganized Damage Your Brain?

Being disorganized can indirectly damage your brain. In this article, learn how anxiety, fear and stress can affect your brain long-term. Continue reading

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