Your stuff:“PUT ME AWAY!”
You: “I’ll do it later.”
Your stuff: “You said that last year.”
You: “Yeah, because you totally suck! I hate your piles and your mess and your buried secrets!”
Your stuff: “And procrastination helps, how?”
You: “Oh, all RIGHT! I’ll do, but if this fails again, I swear….”
How does it get like this?
- Having one brilliant idea after another. [ADHD]
- Not finishing one of those brilliant ideas. [ADHD]
- Projects become clutter. [ADHD]
- Clutter becomes invisible. [ADHD]
Until it starts screaming at you (refer to conversation above).
Tell your stuff where to go this year with ADHD-friendly
Get Organized 2022
4 weeks, 30 hours of LIVE sessions via Zoom
Get Organized Learning Lab every Thursday 12:00-1:00 pm Eastern
Three LIVE organizing sessions weekly (we call them ‘blitzes’)
Online connection 24/7
Tips from Linda Roggli & the other ADDivas
Honest-to-goodness Get Organized comments:
What I’ve come to realize is that being organized is not a strait jacket. It’s the reverse of what I always thought. It’s actually a gateway to freedom! –-inspired Get Organized graduate
I’m glad to be around people who understand the (ADHD) struggles and roadblocks. I’m getting more done and trying to take things in stride. For instance, not worrying so much about what’s not done yet. — relieved Get Organized member
This room has been a mess for 20 years. I can’t believe I finally tackled it – and stuck with it! A miracle! — shocked Get Organized member
I now have a constant ally in my quest to tame my life. And I can’t tell you how much that means to me. — grateful Get Organized graduate
I actually needed to use my vacuum cleaner because now I have an empty space on the floor! Oh my god: fantastic a (floor) space and more space! –happy Get Organized graduate
What does Linda Roggli know about organizing?
My disorganizing days started early…
Yep, that’s me as a baby, pulling out the folded clothes from the drawers. But over the years, I’ve had my share of decluttered days in the sun. And my re-cluttered days of regret.
Overall, I have managed to maintain some semblance of order in my office and home. My organizer once told me I was the most ADHD person she had ever worked with…and then she said she got her best ideas from me! (Hey, why am I paying you if I have the great ideas ???)
The truth is that I am really good at organizing. Not so good at maintaining that organization. Which is why we have an entire Learning Lab about systems and maintenance.
No, I am not a professional organizer. I have been called a professional dis-organizer. But I AM an ADHD woman and coach who understands the trials and tribulations of keeping up with stuff, having too much stuff and trying to make peace with stuff.
Plus, I have some (really good) ADHD-friendly ideas that might work for you, too!
I need more details.
Education sessions (aka Learning Labs) are Thursdays, 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern time.
We will meet by Zoom and/or phone.
Organizing “Blitzes” weekly: Sundays from 4:00 – 6:00 pm EDT; Tuesdays 6:00 – 8:00 pm EDT and Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 am EDT – all on Zoom, with live check-ins and encouragement!
There is also an online connection (24/7) and check-in (post photos, post goals and accomplishments, get encouragement, etc.)
All Learning Labs will be recorded but only available to other members.
The blitzes are not recorded to protect privacy and encourage candid sharing.
Start date for this 2022 Session:
Novermber 3 , 2022
Time zone converter is HERE
Note: Your commitment is really really important. Please make every effort to attend the live sessions and stay in touch with the other Get Organized folks.