31 Day Challenge: Order, Restored

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 31 Day Challenge: Day 1

 

 

 

Hello and welcome to An ADD Woman!

My name is Brenda and I write about things that are of interest to women who have ADHD, and those who don’t!

We talk about things like cleaning and organizing, managing our time and our lives, and just taking better care of ourselves.

The topic for my 31 Day Challenge is Order, Restored.

Please scroll down to see my first post and then come back each day to get the link to the newest one.

By the way, here is the link to the challenge if you would like to read other’s posts too. You can click on 31 Days or one of the categories. Order, Restored is under Simplicity & Organizing.

Day 2: What Order Looks Like

Day 3: Order: The ADHD Dilemma

Day 4: One Simple Rule

Day 5: Peace

Day 6: Full Circle

Day 7: The High Price of Disorder

Day 8: 5 Quick Steps Towards Order

Day 9: With Order Comes Time

Day 10: Emotional Order

Day 11: Setting an Order to Things

Day 12: Weighty & Measured Strides

Day 13: A Simpler Life

Day 14: Bring Order to Your Day

Day 15: Attention Deficit Dis-Order

Day 16: Order, Restored: The List

Day 17: Real Life is Messy

Day 18: 10 Minutes to Order, Restored

Day 19: Chaos

Day 20: The Time Capsule

Day 21: The Circus in Your Head

Day 22: Getting Your Wardrobe in Order

Day 23: Old Ways, New Ways

Day 24: An Orderly Life

Day 25: The Magic of 15

Day 26: Outer Order

Day 27: Bringing Order to Bill Paying

Day 28: Bringing Order to the Holidays

Day 29: The Order of Our Days

Day 30: Self Order

 

Order, Restored

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The idea of order in the face of chaos is a very comforting one, especially if you are a woman with ADHD.

Of course, people who do not have ADHD may also be comforted by a sense of order.

It’s just that when you have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) your life is more often closer to chaos than order. Order for us is a goal to be reached and hopefully held on to.

And if you can find order in more than one area of your life, you are truly blessed.

Ordered brings a sense of calm and wellbeing. Order, restored is the release of a long held sigh, a sign that things are finally right in the world again.

As we go through the next 31 days together, we will explore order in it’s many forms and look for ways to restore it to our own somewhat scattered lives.

Where do you crave order in your life?

 

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