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Cheater’s Guide For Eliminating Holiday Clutter~ADHD Friendly Too!

Cheater's Guide For Eliminating Holiday Clutter~ADHD Friendly Too! @NotSoIdleHands.com

If you're anything like us over here, you might still be swimming in all that clutter from Christmas. We still have wrapping paper out, brand new out~of~the~box gifts {played with once}, Christmas decorations {partially put away}, and mountains of laundry {yes, not necessarily Christmas related...but still}. I'm not the most organized person, but since I have ADHD I've always had to be creative … [Read more...]

Adventures With ADHD ~ Throw In Some OCD And You’ve Got A Party

Adventures With ADHD ~ Throw In Some OCD And You've Got A Party By: NotSoIdleHands.com

ADHD is a lot of fun and super exciting for me. It helps me run around with my friend the headless chicken and allows me to remember exactly %5 of conversations I'm a part of {because after the first minute, my brain starts thinking of 53 other things that are not in the least pertinent to anything being discussed}. It aids me in keeping every project I start, half-finished and strewn around my … [Read more...]

Adventures With ADHD ~ The Headless Chicken and Me

Adventures With ADHD ~ The Headless Chicken and Me By: NotSoIdleHands.com

I think we've all heard the saying "...like a chicken with it's head cut off." Well, I think that phrase was invented just for me.....'cuz that's my life 24/7/365. Not kidding. No really. Ask my hubs. Unlike Super mom, me and the Headless Chicken are pals.....and will probably remain so for many years to come. We're similar in that we both like to run around like....well, you know. And at the … [Read more...]

Adventures With ADHD~ Just a Taste

Adventures With ADHD~ Intro By: NotSoIdleHands.com

I was sitting in the car the other day and I decided that I should start a series telling about the fun adventures I have with my friend ADHD and the ever-present tag~along OCD. I've always known that I have ADHD, but it has always been difficult for me to imagine how "normal" people's brains work. How they can have a full thought in their heads (and not 345 at the same time, all competing for … [Read more...]