Articles by month: July 2015

Get Ready to Move In

in Organizing

The past two articles in my column explained how to get started in the moving process once you sell your home, and also what to do with those things you need to get rid of. This week is the next part on the subject and I will address moving into

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Moving In Day

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By this time, if you have been reading for the past three weeks, you should be well prepared for your upcoming move and hopefully ready to settle into your new home. You may have already moved recently and are in the midst of figuring out how to get settled in

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ADHD Awareness

in ADHD Issues & Info

October is ADHD Awareness month and you may be asking yourself why this relates at all to my column on Organizing and Balance. It's simple. Roughly 90 percent of my clients have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and the key challenges are organizing, time management, and handling basic life tasks

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ADHD, Part II

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An individual with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) more often than not really struggles to just get through the day. What, you may be asking, is so difficult about living with ADHD? Isn't that just someone who is hyper and can't stay focused long enough to get anything done? Allow

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The Three 'A's of ADHD Awareness

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ADHD in children is what our society tends to hear most often, although more and more adults are getting diagnosed for the first time. This week I am going to address children with ADHD and how that looks. Following articles will address ADHD in teens and then in adults. It

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ADHD Awareness: Diagnosis in the Teen Years

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Although many people learn they have ADHD in their childhood years, often it isn't until the teen years that ADHD issues begin to present a real problem. Transitional school years, such as starting high school or the first year of college, are often the time symptoms become more troublesome or

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ADHD Awareness: It Isn't Just for Children Anymore!

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The recent surge in ADHD diagnosis in adults has caused some confusion, since most people associate it primarily with children. Many more adults are being diagnosed, and it is eye-opening for them. When parents learn that their child has been identified with ADHD, that information comes with a catalog of

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Survival Tips to Enjoy the Holidays

If you are reading this, then you just survived the first of the holidays this season Thanksgiving! Now that it is over and Chanukah is in full gear, you can get ready for the end of the year. So, now comes the December onslaught of Festivities, Food, Family, and

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Holiday Cleanup Before You Set Up!

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The holidays offer us the opportunity to dig out many items we only use annually and see what we have. Might I suggest a little "cleaning up" while you are starting to "set up" for the holiday season? Is going into your attic or garage to dig out the holiday

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The Selling of ADHD

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My commentary to the NY Times Article published Dec. 14th, 2013 online... http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/15/health/the-selling-of-attention-deficit-disorder.html commentsContainer This article brings up so many issues - many of which have been heard before, but this has some very valid and irritating points. I work daily with individuals who struggle with ADHD. I am a

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