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Overcoming ADHD Challenges During an Office Move

Preparing for an office move is sometimes overwhelming and often complex. When you are living with ADHD, an office move can be even more challenging. By implementing office organizing strategies that keep you on schedule and focused, you can manage your ADHD and get your moving goals accomplished. Here are some simple office moving strategies from your NYC Professional Office Organizer to help get the job done.

Create an easy-to-follow plan. Moves come with lots of steps, decisions, and deadlines. To keep it all organized and to help you focus, creating a checklist or written plan to follow is imperative. You can download this NYC Professional Office Organizer’s office moving checklist to get you started. Systematically working your way down your list will make it easier to complete tasks and get your office ready for the big day. Be sure to reward yourself each time a task is checked off!

Start decluttering. Moving is the perfect time to get rid of the excess clutter in your office that you’ve accumulated. If you get a jumpstart on removing items, you won’t feel as rushed. Try setting a timer and focus on decluttering until it goes off. Once this happens, take a break before moving onto your next work task. Use this time to return excess office supplies to the supply cabinet.

Eliminate distractions. Packing is one of the hardest tasks of the moving process for everyone. Make a list of all the packing supplies that you’ll need so you’ll have them on hand when it’s time to start packing. Also, plan to pack in phases over a few days or more…first the file cabinet, then the bookcase, etc. If you’re having trouble staying focused, try listening to your favorite tunes while packing. In addition, let your calls go to voicemail during your scheduled packing time.

Outsource tasks. You don’t have to go through the entire process on your own! If there are tasks that are more challenging for you, then outsource them. You can hire a moving company to both move your items and pack/unpack. Hire a Professional Office Organizer to manage the entire process for you. It’s easy to procrastinate and miss key deadlines. Identify the resources that would be beneficial and ask for help.

Have an unpacking strategy ready to go. Unpacking is the final task of the long moving process, and the easiest to not complete in a timely manner. You can find yourself working in a space where most of your stuff is still in boxes weeks, or even months, later. The key is to treat unpacking as its own small project – break it down into manageable pieces and schedule time on your calendar to address the tasks. You’re more apt to get it done when there are a series of small tasks to complete that are on your calendar.

Moving an office is challenging for everyone. ADHD presents some additional challenges. By following strategies like these, your move will go smoothly and be completed on schedule. When you need more help with your office move, reach out to this NYC Professional Office Organizer to support you.

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2 Responses to Overcoming ADHD Challenges During an Office Move

  1. Kim says:

    I love packing and moving and I love change. Its so great when you can do this over a period of time and can take breaks, gather supplies, declutter as you go and breathe. Especially with someone who is easily bored and distracted. Some great ideas here to make things more manageable. Thanks so much.

  2. This is excellent! I don’t think I’ve seen this addressed anywhere before.

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