Have you made a New Year’s resolution to finally organize your home space in 2023? Maybe you tried in previous years to get organized, but every attempt failed, and you ended up feeling overwhelmed. Chances are, it was because you were not using an ADHD-friendly style of decluttering. Traditional methods used by the neurotypical community are taxing to the ADHD brain. What about this? What about that? Keep or toss? Donate or recycle? Decision fatigue creeps in, overwhelm sets in and inaction becomes the norm, and you delay the decisions or lose motivation, so the piles of stuff just keep growing. Cleaning your space becomes more difficult. Arguments with your spouse become more frequent as the mess builds up. You get to work late because you can’t find your car keys…or cellphone…or (fill in the blank).
The physical state of your home is often a representation of how you feel in your head. This mental clutter can lead to anxiety or depression and can define your overall sense of well being. This webinar will show you some easy to implement and proven strategies to help you tackle those piles – even paperwork – and make some true progress towards getting organized.
- Recognize the core reasons that contribute to clutter build-up when ADHD is present and how this becomes an issue in daily life.
- Utilize an ADHD-friendly method to improve your ability to let go of items.
- Apply strategies that help with your overall ability to maintain an organized home or office.
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 62 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 148
- Assessments Yes