I am so excited to announce that the revised 2nd edition of my book ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, co-authored with Dr. Kathleen G. Nadeau is now available.
Our renewed collaboration offers the best understanding and solutions for adults with ADD who want to get and stay organized. Readers will enjoy all new content on organizing digital information, managing distractions, organizing finances, and coping with the “black hole” of the Internet. We also offer three levels of strategies and support: self-help, non-professional assistance from family and friends, and professional support; allowing the reader to determine the appropriate level of support.
Topics covered include:
Part I: Getting Started 1. ADD-Friendly Organizing: A Different Organizing Approach 2. ADD-Friendly Strategies That Work with Your ADD 3. Structure and Support: Creating the Framework for Success
Part II: Taking Charge of ADD 4. Streamline and Simplify: Counteracting Complications 5. ADD Decision Dilemmas 6. B-o- r-i-n-g: Managing Stimulation Hunger and Hyperfocus 7. First Things First: Learning to Prioritize 8. Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Remembering to Remember
Part III: Organizing Things 9. Getting Over Clutter Overwhelm 10. Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome: When You Need to Seek ADD Treatment 11. Packrat Syndrome 12. David’s Garage – When You Need a PO
Part IV: Organizing Time 13. Time Out: Tracking, Estimating and Scheduling Time 14. Overcoming Over- Commitment 15. Plenty-of-Time Thinking: Dealing with Procrastination 16. The State of Rushness
Part V: Organizing Information 17. Hung Up on Hardcopy 18. Backlog Blues
Part VI: Organizing Finances 19. ADD-Friendly Budgeting and Bill Paying 20. ADD-Friendly Long-term Financial Planning
Part VII: Getting Organized in the Digital World 21. Managing Digital Distractions 22. The Internet Black Hole
Part VIII: Conclusion 23. Putting Organizing Ideas into Action
If any of these issues are ones you or a loved one struggles with, I encourage to get your copy today.
FileHeads Professional Organizers in 1989. She is the founder of the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization, the precursor to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), a popular international speaker, and is widely recognized as an industry-thought leader. Chronically disorganized people of many stripes have embraced her non-traditional organizing methods as described in her five books, which have sold nearly a half million copies worldwide. Her latest book, Getting Organized in the Era of Endless, addresses the complex area of digital disorganization. Judith has held several leadership positions in the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) and has been awarded the organizing industry’s highest honors. Judith resides in Atlanta, where she takes care of her Mom, sees clients, writes, and blogs.