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A Nomadic Office

The next phase of my ADHD-friendly office redesign is to create a “nomadic office.” Once it’s fully functional, I think it’s going to rival my standing desk as a work-flow game changer! Lenore developed the concept of a Nomadic Office in order to assist with my ADHD and at the same time meet our whole family’s needs in relation to …

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The Surprising Benefit of a Standing Desk for ADHD

I expected a standing desk to be helpful for my back; what I didn’t expect was that it would be even more helpful for my ADHD! In order to explain, let me talk for a moment about the ADHD mind, and how distractibility and impulsivity both benefit and get in the way of my creative work. ADHD Brains are FULL …

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How to Keep the Good Mess and Control the Clutter | ADHD strategies

Clutter is a real and persistent problem for people with ADHD, adults and children alike. There are strategies that help, but figuring out which ones work for us and finding the motivation to start can both be difficult. To make it worse, we often realize we need a new¬†strategy when the clutter in our homes has become overwhelming. In this …

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Office Design Update

Creating a supportive environment is not a quick fix, so as much as I want to do a big reveal of the new office, it’s still a work in progress. Today I’ll share what we’ve changed and how we’re going forward, because working in stages is important when designing for ADHD or any highly specific needs. (You can read the …

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The Structured Space

If you are diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, one of the first pieces of advice you’re going to come across is to create a structured environment. But a lot of the practical how-tos on doing so are aimed at kids. There’s plenty of advice about setting up homework space, but much less about making the kitchen less overwhelming or …