Susan C. Pinsky



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Organizing Solutions for Pe...

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“For the ADHD client, the finishing task is the most likely to be neglected, so we must therefore value the ease of putting something away above the ease of finding it. (Because if it has been put away, it will be found, but if it hasn’t been put away, it could be lost for good.). For”
Susan C. Pinsky, Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD: Tips and Tools to Help You Take Charge of Your Life and Get Organized

“Make your things easy to access and easier to put away. In the ADHD home, ease of stowage takes precedence over ease of retrieval. • Keep things where you use them, arranging possessions within activity areas or “zones.” Give everything a “home.”
Susan C. Pinsky, Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD: Tips and Tools to Help You Take Charge of Your Life and Get Organized

“Do not use Tupperware to store cereal and other packaged goods. When used in a way that creates unnecessary extra steps, Tupperware becomes your enemy. For example, transferring your Cheerios to Tupperware containers when it already comes in a perfectly good box is a waste of time and energy. Do you really have all this extra attention to spend on repackaging all of your groceries? And are you planning to label each Tupperware with the appropriate expiration date every time you make this transfer? For heaven’s sake, I’m exhausted just thinking about it!”
Susan C. Pinsky, Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD: Tips and Tools to Help You Take Charge of Your Life and Get Organized

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