Here's the latest article from the Attention Deficit Disorder site at BellaOnline.com. ~Low Tech Bill Paying with Adult ADD~
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
The clouds were gorgeous in Kansas tonight when I was coming home from school. It's been a long time since I've seen so many clouds with as much variety as we had tonight. Is it an ADD thing, or do other folks like to make shapes and pictures from clouds? Somebody should write a book called ADD and Creative Moments!
Speaking of books, my next book will be about adult ADD. Are there topics that you want included? As you know, our BellaOnline E-books are compilations of our articles. Of course, we add a bit more information here and there. Are there articles that you want me to write? Some topics that I plan to cover are day-to-day life, a household with ADD, family life, managing symptoms, work, and a resources section. There will be a couple of articles about paying bills with ADD/ADHD. The first of these will be featured on October 13, 2011.
How is a credit score related to ADD? Is your credit score keeping you from buying large ticket items or getting a good job? This can happen when you are late paying bills. Negative symptoms of adult Attention Deficit Disorder can wreak havoc with your finances. Learn a low-tech way to get those bills paid on time and lower your stress.
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I know some of you hate writing, and you prefer to do writing chores on the computer. There will be another article on how to keep track of bills by using an online banking service and a spreadsheet.
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