Prioritize Finishing

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When you have ADHD, your mind is a mile a minute. You always have a bunch of stuff you want to do. You should only do one thing at a time. At the beginning of the day, and you are trying to figure out what to do. Prioritized tasks or projects already started that has to do with your one … Read More

Fully commit, Get sh*t done and Feel good about it.

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TL;DR: Ask yourself “The ONE Question”, then commit to a time-span that’s not too long. —- When I am feeling in the zone it’s usually because of deep focus. I haven’t had this feeling since my 90-day sprint ended. What is a 90 Day Sprint? Inspired by Todd Herman’s 90 Day year. (I can’t wait till it opens up again, … Read More

Spin the Random Wheel, Then Do Valuable Work

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When you have ADHD, you are a pro at getting distracted. You have deep thoughts, but problem is, you have too many. So how do you stay productive? The key to success is focus action. So you know you need to take focus action, but how? You need to create a plan and follow it. You need a grand vision, … Read More

First Chrome Extension Installed on a New Browser

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Update: Thanks to ThisAsYou on Reddit, brought to my attention that LastPass has lots of vulnerabilities. So I will most likely switch off of them to something else. Perhaps 1Password. —- So I’m trying out Vivaldi which is a “power-browser” (highly customizable) browser built by a co-founder of Opera browser, built on top of Chrome. The biggest selling point for me … Read More

Don’t Forget the Mundane or Super Important Things with these 2 Apps

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TL;DR – Check out HomeRoutines and Due for routines and reminders if you are highly forgetful. As a person with ADHD, we tend to get carried away when we’re hyper-focused. Where did the time go? Who knows. Bunny rabbits. I was trying out some apps recently I got from this list and two that are really beneficial are called HomeRoutines and Due.

I can’t write

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The thought of writing is painful.  I don’t want to get started. Honestly, the only way I think I can write is to build it into a habit. So it’s more automatic muscle memory than “will power”. I also thought about maybe writing short blog posts, as a series as well.