By Kate Wagner I’m in the process of moving from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., which has given me the chance to do something I have always dreaded: go through my stuff. Ever since I moved out of my parents’ house, I have accumulated things nonstop: clothes, records, books, scores, recording equipment, office supplies. With one […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dana Rayburn A common struggle for ADHD? Focusing on priorities.Often this is a distraction issue. But, not always. I find sometimes clients don’t focus on their priorities because they have no idea what their priorities even are. If you have a five page to do list but you still can’t decide what to work […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Fast Braiin Staff For many people, getting ADHD organization strategies to work sometimes feels impossible. If you have ADHD, then you know what it means to struggle with organization. This includes every type of organization, too. From organizing schedules to finances to your wardrobe to your home, most any type of organization feels frustratingly elusive. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
BY ARI TUCKMAN, PSY.D., MBA Good time management requires you to make long-term goals and look into the future to figure out who you are, and who you want to be. Unfortunately, none of those things come easily to those with ADHD. Learn why ADHD makes planning for retirement (or even planning your next meal) difficult, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Diane Lane Orderly record keeping may not be the most interesting project for an adult with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to undertake, but I’ve learned, through hard experience, that it has to be done. With tax time upon us, it’s even more important than ever to get a head start on personal filing. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Marla Cilley Marla Cilley moved to Transylvania County, North Carolina, to teach fly-fishing in 1999. Now, instead of teaching the rod-and-reel set how to hook a shimmering trout, she is teaching countless thousands how to catch something every bit as satisfying: the neatness bug. The FlyLady, as she calls herself, sends out e-mail tips […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dana Rayburn ADHD adults have a complicated relationship with tax season. Finding ADHD-friendly tax organizing tricks is one problem. Preparing that darn tax return is another. Of course, tax season is horrid for ADHD. Our theme song is, “Anything But Boring Details and Tasks.” And, getting tax returns to the IRS on time is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Judith Kolberg People with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) experience time and time management differently than people without ADHD. Rather than a series of discrete moments following one another in predictable fashion, people with ADHD sense time as one long NOW. That’s great when it comes to solving problems and handling crises — and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D., PCC Have you ever avoided getting organized by Googling “fun ways to get organized”? I have. I found a lot of fun products — from colored tote containers and eye-catching labels to cool furniture. I also stumbled on a way to get my house “fake clean” in 15 minutes a day. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dana Rayburn Decisions come hard for adults with ADHD, and packing a suitcase means decisions galore! “What outfit do I wear Saturday night?” and “How much can I fit into my suitcase?” are two of them. The typical approach for adults with ADHD is to pack their entire wardrobe. The last time I went […]Continue Reading... No Comments.