I know what you are talking about. I have ADD and it is hard for me to keep things organized, but I usually know where things are. It is my "organized" mess. :)
I cleaned the house today, using a rechargeable vacuum, and some simple green with a mop. The rechargeable vacuum does an okay job, but the fact it is so easy to use, means I will happily use it! Then I can mop.
We have an elderly poodle here that pees a lot in her "box" but she then hops her paws in the puddle of pee before the piddle pad can absorb it, and she walks all over a room (never a straight line) and puts her pee pee paws all over the house. I get a little distressed as the owner of the poodle, my sister, never cleans up the floors. I decided today to not make a big deal out of it, and just use the easier vacuum! It is quicker too.
When we move to her house, she has cleaners and I won't have to clean anymore. Perhaps that will get me more organized to pack and get out of here? lol!
I've been thinking about hiring an ADD coach to help me with my house. I just need to get rid of stuff. Too much stuff and too small of a house.
Try harder--in everything that you do!
If the mind mends, the body will follow.
Gluten free is working for me!
"I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, 'If this isn't nice, I don't know what is.'" --Kurt Vonnegut
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