Interactive, supportive, EFFECTIVE!


Feel like Deja Vu all over again?

Does your “stuff” scream “PUT ME AWAY?” Mine does. But when the piles become too high or the stuff has no home, I begin to block out the screams (or close the door on that room). It’s a form of quiet despair with a promise to ‘do it later.” It totally sucks. 

I actually know HOW to organize. Early in 2020, I presented a webinar about conquering that messy house for ADDitude magazine. If you’d like to watch it click the link below:

(click this link to see the ADDitude webinar replay) 

What I realized is that so many ADHD programs tell us what to do, but they don’t actually help us DO it. So I created a four-week program with live organizing blitzes and Learning Labs to change the paradigm about ADHD organization.

You already know that decluttering and organizing are ADHD strategies for calm, focus and improved memory (when there is less to think about, we can remember more easily).

And, of course, organizing is an executive function which goes a little wonky for the ADHD brain (especially that pre-frontal cortex).

Four weeks with live classes, daily check-ins and ADDiva support

Everyone’s clutter challenges are different but there are some common themes: can’t part with it, don’t know where to put it, too good to throw away and (the dreaded) don’t-know-where-to-start = overwhelm.

That’s the real issue, right? We gather our hope and dig into a pile with vim and vigor but fall victim to a sudden, sinking feeling that we are in over our heads. So we stop. Or procrastinate. Or give up. Until next time. This is next time!

Small group, accountability, support, privacy

It can be embarrassing to admit we have failed at something as supposedly “simple” as decluttering or organizing. It’s not so simple. You haven’t failed. And there is nothing to be embarrassed about…at least not in our group!

We are all of the ADHD variety so we understand, sympathize, encourage and offer our best support as all of us stumble through the clutter forest together.

Can we miraculously clean out an entire office or house or attic or garage or other large messy space in four weeks? There are no miracles. There is only slow, steady progress, something foreign to the ADDiva world. But it can happen, given enough “atta girl” acknowledgment.

You can do this. 
Correction: we can do this together.

Join me and a bunch of other ADDivas who really do understand your frustration and will celebrate your success! 

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Get Organized 2022

  • 4 weeks (4 live sessions) via Zoom (easy-peasy interface)
  • Thursdays 12:00-1:00 pm EDT
  • PLUS 3, 2-hour Blitz organizing sessions each week — body doubles online and on video!
  • Online connection 24/7
  • Set goals; achieve them
  • Tips from Linda Roggli & the other ADDivas
  • Less than $30/week ($120) for more than 30 hours of live support and organizing

This room has been a mess for 20 years. I can’t believe I finally tackled it – and stuck with it! A miracle!

I 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. I have some ADHD-friendly ideas that might help.

Should you join?

You don’t have to have a massive mess to join the Get Organized  group. A small mess will do. But you need to be ready to take responsibility for creating and altering it. And a willingness to have a new perspective on it; a renewed sense of hope and optimism that can carry through the year.

How does it work?

On Thursdays we gather via Zoom for a one-hour Learning Lab. Each session builds on the next and all are recorded for your archives. Then Thursday, Sunday and Tuesday we actually DO some organizing in two-hour “blitzes.”  

Having other ADHD women working “with” me makes all the difference.

Expensive?

My professional organizer charges me $85 an hour, so $120 for four weeks of training and support is a super bargain. But the real question is: how much is that clutter costing you right now? Stress, time, frustration — they all have a cost to your life.

I need more details.

Of course!

Education sessions 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 EST; Tuesdays 6:00 – 8:00 pm EST and Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 am EST – all on Zoom, with live check-ins and encouragement!

There will also be an online connection (24/7) and check-in (post photos, post goals and accomplishments, get encouragement, etc.)

All education sessions will be recorded but only available to other members.

The blitzes are not recorded to protect privacy and encourage candid sharing.

January 2022 Get Organized schedule coming soon!
Start date for this 2022 Session:
 January 6, 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.

Registration for 2022 opening soon!
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