13 Clutter Hacks for the Easily Overwhelmed
Martha Stewart's organization guides are useless to you. What's more unrealistic? Neurotypical cleaning advice. They just don't work for adults with ADHD. For a down-to-Earth alternative, use these quick cleaning tips to restore order to your rooms and life.
Nip Clutter Buildup in the Bud
If clutter tends to cover tables and dressers, make those surfaces less inviting. After you clean up your dining room table, set the table. It not only looks nice, but also eliminates the dining room table as a space waiting to be cluttered. Do the same thing with your bedside table—put photos or mementos on the table to "fill" the surface.