41 Time Hacks Used by ADHD Ninjas (ADHD Experts)

(From ADDitudeMag.com)

There is Eastern Time, Central Time, Pacific Time — then there is ADHD Time.

Our internal clocks weren’t made with Swiss precision, nor do they keep time in seconds and minutes. We see time not as a sequence but as a parade of events that are connected to the people, activities, and emotions involved in them. We feel time rather than experience it. This explains our stormy relationships with clocks and deadlines.

What can we do? Here are some great life hacks that ADHD experts use themselves to befriend Father Time for better time management.

Here’s one of my tips in that article:

> I jot down anything that I have to do out of the house (errands, appointments, shopping) on a sticky note and put it in my pocket. That way, I always have it with me. I usually stick it on my car dashboard for reference.

Read the full article at https://www.additudemag.com/its-about-time-2/

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