Archive | January, 2014

Finding the Right Support: K2 Organizing, LLC

This is the third of four postings in a series featuring some colleagues from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD).  The purpose of this series is to give my readers a better feel for the wide range of organizing services available to them.  In addition,  I’ve asked my colleagues to share a little about their […]

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Finding the Right Support: Professional-Organizer.com

As mentioned in my previous postings, over the course of the next of week I’ll be featuring some of my colleagues from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD)  to highlight the variety of organizing support available.  In addition, I asked these organizers to share a little about what challenges they face when it comes to […]

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My Favorite Things: Freedom Filer Filing System

Are you overwhelmed by your papers?  Are they stacked all over your desk, your office, your kitchen, or your home?   How well is your “filing” system working for you?  How many file drawers do you have stuffed with papers that haven’t seen the light of day since you filed them?  When was the last […]

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Finding the Right Organizing Support: Neat Streak!

As mentioned in Tuesday’s posting titled Getting Organized? Find the Right Support Using @ICD, over the course of the next couple of weeks I’ll be featuring a number of my colleagues from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) here on my blog to give you a feel for the wide range of talents ICD organizers […]

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Getting Organized? Find the Right Support Using ICD

Is your goal to get organized in 2014?  I can’t think of a better place to begin the search for support than the website of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD).  Information available to you there includes: Audio recordings on such topics as: Understanding Chronic Disorganization, Introduction to ADHD & Procrastination, and Understanding the Clutter-Hoarding Scale. […]

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Introducing the Catalyst for Change Experience™

Over the years, many of you have commented to me that you’d love to take part in a group coaching experience, where you can connect with other adults diagnosed with ADHD or who wonder if they might have ADHD.  Those comments have not gone unnoticed and thanks to a number of you willing to connect with me […]

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My Best Tip for ADHD: Best Practices

Not long ago I was featured as a guest ADHD expert on Ellen Delap’s blog.  It was an honor to appear and Ellen asked some fantastic questions, one of which was “What is your best tip for ADHD?”  My response… When you learn something that works for you, it’s important to find a way to […]

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“Beware the Barrenness of a Busy Life”

“Beware the barrenness of a busy life.”  ~ Socrates Amazing to think the warning of an ancient Greek Philosopher,  born in 470BC rings so true today. Earlier this year I contributed to a blog posting for my colleague, Linda Samuels.  The topic was what I wanted more and less of in the new year.  My response: “I’m […]

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January is Get Organized Month!

January is Get Organized Month!  If you’re disorganized, your disorganization might show up as piles of papers, cluttered rooms, losing things, running late, forgetting tasks, or never getting around to what’s most important.  However your disorganization shows up, it’s in your best interest to find the best support to help you understand it, work through […]

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