My Best Organizing Tool Is...ADD Adults Share Their Advice

ADDitude readers with adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) share their strategies for keeping bills, finances, and important documents and dates in order.

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Looking for clutter-taming solutions? These adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) share their best home and office organizing tips.

Find a Home for Your Stuff

"I have an 'info corner': a designated spot where I drop bills, pay stubs, and other important paper into empty cereal boxes. That way, I know where stuff is." -Angela Wilde, Haines, Alaska

"I have a folder for each member of the family. I place items into the appropriate folder, and store them on a wire rack near the front door. It’s a neat mess!" -Carrie, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey


This article comes from the Fall 2010 issue of ADDitude.

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