Simplify the Holidays

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Are You on a One Way Trip to Stressville?

The holidays are a popular time for people to take trips, whether to visit family, take a vacation, or just escape the weather. Lots of us, though, find ourselves on a one way trip to Stressville¬†without even knowing when we bought the ticket. The holidays are supposed to be fun and relaxing, a time to […]

Bringing Order to the Holidays

31 Day Challenge: Day 28 Halloween is only 3 days away. And once Halloween is over, it’s November and the new year will be here before you know it. Now is the time to get a head start and declutter your home. If that’s too big of a job, concentrate on the “public” areas of […]

The Holiday Rush

Are you feeling the crunch yet? I know I am. Nothing bought, nothing cleaned and polished, nothing mailed. And I’ve already been invited to two events. When you have ADHD, any given day in the year can be overwhelming. When it’s the holiday season, it can get crazy. I suggest you cut back and simplify […]

Hectic Holidays with ADHD

Target aired it’s first holiday commercial a week or so ago. The Christmas decorations have been in the store for even longer. And if you are organized enough to be doing your holiday cards, the Post Office has Christmas and other holiday stamps for sale already. Everybody is crazy busy around the holidays, whether you […]

Looking Ahead

It’s December, which means the holiday season is upon us. We are all about shopping and giving. Shortly after the gift giving season comes New Years, which is all about clean slates and resolutions. Can I make a suggestion? Planning ahead now will pay off in the future. Yes, I know you’re busy. I also […]