Tag Archives: medication

Stuck In Bed

As I lay in bed for a week from an illness this summer, I took the time to write this article for the NAPO-GPC blog. Even getting ill didn’t stop me from getting things done. I knew the deadline was quickly … Continue reading

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Forget Google!

Professional Organizers have a plethora of resources to share with you ranging from recycling centers to special events happening in your area. Here are a few favorites. Continue reading

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Knowing Your Medical History

In July, I was in a new doctor’s office and they handed me a three page Medical History to fill out. You are kidding me right? Another pathetic Boomer moment (okay, I hate the term Baby Boomer but haven’t come … Continue reading

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Organizing for a Person Who Visits Doctors Frequently

When my mother died in June 2007, my father came to live with me.  He had advanced cases of prostate cancer and Parkinson’s disease, and my life soon became a whirlwind of visits to doctors, hospitals, and testing facilities.  I … Continue reading

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Organizing for Families of Newly Diagnosed Special Needs

I recently heard about a young child who was just diagnosed with Diabetes.  At first, I felt sorrow for this child whose life has drastically changed.  But then my thoughts turned to these ‘newly diagnosed’ parents, and my heart sank. … Continue reading

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