Imagine if you could create and maintain an organized environment?

Two years ago a client's house got broken into.

The burglar alarm rang and the police arrived. 

My client was at work, so her friendly next door neighbour phoned her and explained what was happening.

When she arrived at the scene (her house) she was quite shocked to see the number of police cars and neighbours standing around waiting for her. 

Apparently there had been some armed robberies in the area recently, so this break in was being taken very seriously. 

She unlocked her front door and started to walk in, but the police held her back and said they needed to go first in case there was anyone armed still in the house. 

Like many ADHDers, she was too curious to wait outside, so she followed the police officers at a distance. 

As they entered her living room she heard them whistle and say,

They really did a number in here!’ 

My client thought the worst, but when she entered her living room it was just as she had left it in the morning.

Full of clutter. 

The police thought the robbers had ransacked her place. 

 They hadn’t. 

It was something she had done herself over many years. 

A few things had been stolen from her house that day, but nothing that couldn’t be replaced (her jewelry that had sentimental value was still there). 

She got an alarm system upgrade and was surprisingly calm about the whole experience of having her house broken into. 

However, the police officer’s words, ‘They really did a number in here,’ rang through her ears again and again.

It didn’t make her feel good, but it did ignite her motivation to declutter. 

She just wanted to know how. 

How does someone with ADHD, who is smart and talented in many areas of life, start on the large mountain of clutter in her home? 


Introducing...Clear and Calm

How to Declutter the ADHD Friendly Way. The course that shows you the exact steps to declutter and maintain and tidy and organized home.

Here's what you will learn lesson by lesson

1. Introduction Video

In this lesson you will learn the behind-the-scenes reason why ADHDers have clutter. Knowing the background for why things are the way they are helps to lay a solid foundation for change so you can stop feeling guilty and start feeling hopeful.

2. Mindset Video

In addition to the practical reasons why ADHDers can have clutter, there is also a mindset piece. It is helpful to have an awareness of this important mindset factor so that the changes (clear spaces) can be long lasting.

3. Motivation Video

ADHD is less about attention and more about motivation. When you feel motivated, attention follows and you enjoy taking action.

Discover what your underlying motivation is for decluttering, so that you have a bigger reason ‘why’ than wanting a tidy space (although that is important too!).

4. Strategy Video

It’s time to get strategic! In this lesson you get clear on where you want to declutter and what the best decluttering method for you is, so that you can see progress quickly.

5. The Daily Method Video

In this lesson you learn The Daily Method for decluttering. There is no rule that says decluttering has to be done in long stretches of time, like “all weekend.” Decluttering in micro chunks overrides procrastination and resistance so that you build momentum and decluttering becomes an effortless part of your daily life.

6. Out of Sight Out of Mind Video

One of the reasons why people with ADHD have clutter is because of the ‘out of sight out of mind factor.’ Putting items away behind closed doors means you might forget them. To combat this you might keep items ‘out where you can see them,’ which is a good strategy, but your home can look cluttered.

n this lesson you will learn how to support your memory so that you know where everything is even if it’s out of sight.

7. Avoid cleaning binges Video

Living with ADHD can mean jumping from one activity to the next, leaving a trail of unfinished tasks behind you. In this lesson you will learn how to make ‘tidying as go’ second nature so that you avoid the need for big cleaning binges.

8. House work Video

Does the thought of housework drain your physical and mental energy? In this lesson you will learn a technique that actually makes housework feel like a game. That means you have all the energy and motivation to clean your home from top to bottom. Here is what one course member said.

I just finished cleaning for hours and it is the first time I have done that in a long time. I usually do it for 5 minutes here and there and don't feel like I'm getting anything accomplished.

I haven't completed the Clear and Calm course yet but I LOVE it!

It is really helping me.

9. Resetting the Room

The technique is perfect for you if you don't 'see' clutter. It helps you tidy your home and ready for guests in a few minutes a day. 

10. Good bye paper mountain Video

A classic feature of an ADHD home is piles of paper. These paper piles accumulate quickly and take a lot of mental effort to clear. In this lesson you will learn how to catch up with your current paper piles, as well as techniques so that they don’t appear again in the future.

11. Filing system Video

It’s okay if you did an internal groan when you read ‘filing system.’ It does sound like a boring, linear process – what most ADHDers would rather avoid. However, we keep things simple so it isn’t overwhelming or dull. In this lesson you will learn how to create an ADHD friendly filing system, so that you always know where your important documents are.

12. Seasonal tasks Video

Learn how to take care of seasonal tasks in season – for example, putting away Christmas decorations in January vs. April so that you feel organized, up to date and in sync with your neighbours.

13. Downsize your photograph collections Videos

Organizing physical photos (not digital) is one of the hardest decluttering tasks when you have ADHD. It’s like the black belt level of decluttering.

In these lessons you will learn the 12 ADHD friendly steps to organizing and downsizing your photo collections.

That includes how to handle any emotions that might bubble up to the surface, and how to categorize photos so that the project feels interesting and rewarding.

Hi, I am Jacqueline Sinfield

I am not one of those people who was born with an organization gene. Far from it.

My default mode is messy.

My mum is the opposite. She is a super organized and tidy person, and she created a lovely family home for us all.

That meant I didn’t even know I had a problem until I left home for university when I was 18 years old.

My tiny student room was a mess the whole time I was there.

I thought it was because the space was small, or because I was busy with my studies.

But when I got my first apartment and my first job as a qualified nurse, the mess followed me.

That’s when I knew I had a serious problem.

I looked for ways that worked for me to be organized and tidy.

Not just because I wanted my home to look nice, but also because of how it made me feel.

My head felt organized and I felt less anxious and worried when my environment was neat.

Fast forward a couple of decades…

Being tidy still doesn’t come naturally to me, but I have a system that helps me to keep a tidy space. That means I am productive, focused, proactive and feel calm inside.

It’s the same system that I have shared with my ADHD clients and has helped them to declutter and maintain a tidy environment.

It can help you too!

"“This is the most useful thing I've ever learned about having a clear environment – and I've read at least 6 decluttering books and a gazillion articles PLUS worked with a professional organizer. Clear and Calm is brilliant! So non-judgmental and so practical.” ~ June Fowler, Alberta Canada"

Here’s what you get!

The 18 Core Clear and Calm training videos 

Which outline the core principles of ‘How to declutter when you have ADHD.’ These are stored on a password protected membership site and you have lifetime access to them.


For each for the Clear and Calm video lessons to help you take action.


Ready to enroll in Clear and Calm!

Home Study Verison


The 18 training videos

With the core course content to help you Declutter.


For each lesson to help you take action

 Immediate Access

After making the payment, check your inbox. There will be an email with your course access the Clear and Calm lessons right away! 


I am ready to declutter!

"Clear and Calm is fabulous…just saying…:) "

D. Retired.

Frequently Asked Questions


What format is the content delivered?

Each lesson includes videos (with slides), and worksheets. Whether you are a visual or auditory learner or like to see the key points in writing, this course has you covered.

How long are the videos?

The videos are made with the busy ADHDer in mind. Each video is approximately 5 minutes.

Here is what one ADHDer said.

“Jacqueline! You seem to have a natural ability to break information down and zone in on what is important. Plus, you give solutions in such a way that I can’t wait to jump into action. Thank you!”

Is there a refund policy or guarantee?

Not for Clear and Calm. All sales are final. 

Is there any private one-on-one time with you in the program?

Although the program doesn’t include one-on-one time with me, you are more than welcome to book an individual coaching session if you would like some additional support.

Could I find this information in the course available for free?

Probably. We live in an information-rich world. That is awesome, but also has its drawbacks. 

When you have ADHD, too much information can make you feel overwhelmed which leads to no action. Clear and Calm has enough information so that you feel informed without causing information overload.

"I am no longer the same person I was. It’s hard to remember the old me now. I learned so much from our coaching. Jacqui has ALL the answers to EVERYTHING. Every problem you throw at her, she immediately gives you a tip or tool to handle that situation." "

28 year old medical student, now doctor

Ready to enroll in Clear and Calm

Home Study Verison

$197 USD

The 19 training videos

With the core course content


For each lesson to help you take action

Immediate Access

After making the payment, check your inbox. There will be an email with your course access the Clear and Calm lessons right away! 


I am ready to declutter!

Jacqueline Sinfield

Jacqueline has worked in health care for over twenty years. In England, she trained and worked as a registered nurse and obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology before moving to Canada and setting up her practice as a coach for adults with ADHD.

Her Untapped Brilliance blog has been named a “Top ADHD Blog of 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018” by Healthline, “Best of the Web Blog” by Psych Central and “Top 20 ADHD Blog Winner” by ADDerworld.

In addition she was a writer for the health website for two years as their ADHD Expert.

Her book Untapped Brilliance has helped thousands of adults with ADHD.


Jacqueline is a qualified nurse, Keele University, Staffordshire UK, has a bachelor’s degree in psychology (Hon.) and a certificate in counselling.  She is a Coach U (USA) graduate. She has also studied and read widely with international ADHD experts and continues to be attentive to emerging research.

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