I don't have OCD, nor do I know anyone who does (that I know of), but it always bugs me when people laugh and say "Oh, it's my OCD." No, you're just picky. A TED-Ed Lesson Debunking Common Misconceptions of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Daily Docket- A sort of print-on-demand day planner. Be sure to read how this lady uses hers and why is says the things it does. It really helped me to do "MIT's" at the top. MIT means Most Important Things. It makes life simpler!