Brain Drain: Learn to Make Fewer Decisions

Decision making is not our strong point. As people with ADHD, we have lots of experience with making mistakes. So when we have an opportunity to make a decision about something – cake or pie – we tend to give it a lot of thought. We want to make the right decision and we end […]

Simplify Your Bag

Big purse, little purse; which one are you? I personally prefer a larger bag, as do my daughters. (My oldest, Sarah, used to make fun of her sisters and my big bags until she had a baby and realized how useful they were.) But even if you carry a small bag, it can still be […]

Simplify the Laundry

Do you have problems with laundry? I hate doing laundry. I tell myself it’s because I have a 2 story home and my laundry room is in the basement and it’s ugly down there, but that’s not true. My last house was a 2 story but it had a first floor laundry with a back […]

Simplify Your Closet

  The other day, we talked about Simplifying Your Beauty¬†and how taking just a few minutes in the morning to add some makeup can make you feel better about yourself, raise your self esteem, and boost your confidence. Not to mention, it shows others that you respect yourself, and as a result, they are likely […]

Simplify Your Schedule

Do you have a set schedule? Or is one day usually different from the next? Do you have certain days for certain activities, or do you tend to sort of do things when you notice them? I think that as ADDers, we have a tendency not to want to be tied down. We prefer a […]

Simplifying Dinner

  Dinner. People expect it on a regular basis, like every day. And dinner is a process. First you have to figure out what’s for dinner, then buy the stuff and cook it. It can be hard to come up with new ideas or even any ideas about what’s for dinner and those people who […]