If you have ADHD, you most likely have an interesting relationship with time. I’m going to guess you don’t always get along! In this post, learn the Three Mistakes you want to avoid when it comes to managing time and ADHD.
Do you ever notice when you check social media, you think it will only take a couple of minutes and then realize an hour as gone by? This is a typical time waster! In this post I cover three of the top time wasters to avoid, so you can get the most out of your day!
Do you find your mind wandering during long meetings? Is it difficult to figure out how to work on three projects that are all due at the same time? Read on to learn more about multi-tasking and how to smoothly transition from project to project.
Do you have a project you've been avoiding? Maybe it's your taxes or organizing your office. Some projects are just harder to get started than others. But don't worry, there is hope. Read on to learn more about how to get started and ease your stress and anxiety!
A roadblock that gets in the way of accomplishing goals is not setting enough boundaries around your time. When you say "yes" to something or someone, you are also saying "no" to something else. Learn more about how to set boundaries and learn how to say no!
Finding balance between work and life is a challenge, I'm definitely a work in a progress. I have come to realize that sometimes it's not always going to be 50/50 and I'm at peace with that. I have also learned that sometimes you have to be a bit more intentional with your schedule. Read on to learn more...
Are you an Entrepreneur where you set the deadlines? This can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. Nothing is worse than walking into your office, knowing that you have a million things to do but have no idea where to start. I knew as an Entrepreneur myself that if I wanted to get anything done, I had to put some structures in place.
You’re overwhelmed, overworked, stressed, tired, and struggling at work. You know you need help, but have no idea how to ask for it or what it really is that you even need. Here are a few questions to consider before talking to your employer and a few suggestions on possible workplace accommodations to help!
For some of you, hearing the word "structure" may be like hearing finger nails on a chalk board. It makes you squirm and want to run the other away. However, structure can bring some huge benefits to your life and help you better manage your ADHD. I believe the key is finding the right structures for you, the ones that will free up time so you can focus on what really matters. Read more about the benefits of structure and ADHD in this week’s blog post.