PROBLEM: I’m someone who likes to carry around a notebook to jot down notes, thoughts, and lists of things to do. The problem is that my lists get mixed in with my everyday writing. Then I have to page through my writing to find my lists.

SOLUTION: Separate your lists from your other writing. Start at the back of your notebook for your lists and the front of your notebook for your other writing.

Categories: Tips

Susan Hunsberger

I’m Susan Hunsberger with Strategize Organize LLC. I work with folks with organizing challenges. Adults and students with ADHD are areas of specialty. People come to me feeling shame and frustration. They hire me to help them lift the weight of disorganization and move on with life.

4 Comments

Donna Copeland · January 6, 2012 at 9:41 pm

This is what I already do! Maybe I’m more organized then I give myself credit for lol.

    susan · January 9, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    Donna, you are organized!

susan · April 7, 2011 at 3:50 pm

Great, I’m glad you like it! Left brain is associated with logic/structure…so I guess this is a right brain tip.

Susan Harris · April 7, 2011 at 2:43 pm

I really like this! It would never occur to me to start at the *back* of a notebook. This probably means that I’m either heavily right- or left-brained, but I can never remember which is which.

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